Thomson Reuters extends global contract with BT

Thomson Reuters has contracted BT to manage the WAN element of its IT infrastructure, in an eight-year outsourcing deal. 

BT will migrate Thomson Reuters̵7; existing WAN to a high-speed, IP-based global infrastructure encompassing 323 locations across 100 countries, including six applications-hosting data centres.

The contract follows a deal BT reached with Reuters in 2005 to transform and manage the global network Thomson Reuters uses to deliver services to more than 330,000 financial market professionals across the world. 

̶0;Thomson Reuters is committed to gathering and providing high quality information to meet the needs of our demanding markets,̶1; says Peter Moss, managing director of Content, Technology and Operations, Thomson Reuters. ̶0;Having worked with BT for a number of years now we are confident they can execute against our [global] requirements.̶1;

Further information:
www.thomsonreuters.com
www.bt.com

Image: BT has been managing Thomson Reuters̵7; global WAN since 2005

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