AT&T, Amazon Web Services Partner to Offer On-Demand Network Enabled Cloud Solutions

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"When companies combine their strengths and resources to make the services easier to use, the customer wins. The addition of AWS broadens AT&T’s already expansive NetBond ecosystem and will give customers highly secure, reliable, and on-demand connections to another key public cloud service provider. This pairing of AT&T’s VPN with AWS’s leading cloud platform will likely serve as a game changer for enterprises, prompting accelerated adoption of cloud services.”

-            Melanie Posey, research vice president at IDC

"Our customers want the computing power and cost-efficiency that cloud services deliver with the best security and performance. AWS’s extensive portfolio combined with AT&T NetBond offers them the best of both worlds. Our customers will have VPN performance, full cloud networking automation, and flexible and secure bandwidth when accessing AWS cloud services.” 

-             Jon Summers, senior vice president, AT&T Mobile & Business Solutions


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