To operate and manage its integrated portfolio of voice, data, video and internet services
BT has signed a three-year agreement with Cameron International, a provider of flow equipment products, systems and services to oil, gas and process industries. The renewal contract is valued at more than $12m.
Under the renewed contract, BT will continue to operate and manage Cameron’s global IT network, including an integrated portfolio of voice, data, video, and high-speed internet services. BT maintains teams in the US, the UK, Singapore and Houston in support of Cameron’s global IT infrastructure.
In addition, BT will continue to manage Cameron’s core MPLS (Multiprotocol Label Switching) backbone network that spans more than 130 sites in the US, the UK, Middle East, and Asia Pacific regions.
The renewal agreement will also help integrate the employees and business operations of a recently completed Cameron acquisition, the NATCO Group, onto a single Cameron IT network platform with global reach and connectivity.
William Hull, director of IT Infrastructure at Cameron, said: “To meet the dynamic requirements of our business, we need to access and process volumes of information quickly and securely – from locations across the globe, including some of the most remote areas of the world.
“With BT’s IT solution, we will continue to have access to a robust global and cost-efficient network with the speed, flexibility, reliability, and performance we require to work effectively with our customers and suppliers, wherever they may be located.”