AT&T has announced a new networking services contract with Energy Alloys, a provider of oil field metals, services and solutions.
Under the terms of the three-year contract, AT&T will serve as the primary provider of network services and will deliver a virtual private network (VPN) to the company’s 13 locations.
With AT&T’s VPN, Energy Alloys will be able to establish a wide area network that will connect its multiple locations across the globe via a single converged network. Additionally, the VPN will support secure and reliable voice and data communications across a unified platform and will also offer increased flexibility that will enable cross-network connectivity for remote and local employees and customers.
Jonathan Whitehouse, global systems architect at Energy Alloys, said: We are confident that the solution provided by AT&T will sustain our current network needs as well as provide the flexibility needed to deploy future applications, such as VoIP, as we continue to grow our business.