Telecom Lead India: airtel business, the enterprise division of Bharti Airtel, has posted 10
percent increase in revenue to Rs 1120 crore in fourth quarter fiscal 2011-12
from Rs 1022 crore in the same quarter previous year.
The enterprise business division spent Rs 34 crore during
the fourth quarter as Capex against Rs 45 crore in Q4 fiscal 2010-11.
Bharti Airtel rebrands B2B business
Bharti Airtel has rebranded its B2B business as airtel
With this new identity, the company claims to reinforce its
commitment of delivering innovative business solutions and a superior brand
experience to all its large & small enterprises, government and carrier
customers across the globe.
Airtel has moved from offering just core carriage to managed
and cloud services in order to create value for our customers.
that cater to the needs of businesses across vertical including M&D, IT,
ITES, Government, FMCG, BFSI and Media.
airtel business has a customer base of 450 carriers and
service providers around the world along with the top 2000 Indian and MNC
enterprises. Its data center & managed services include entire suite of
managed hosting, storage, business continuity, data security & cloud
With a global network of 225,000 Rkms covering 50 countries
across 5 continents, airtel business has established itself as one of the
leading players in the B2B segment.
The company has invested over $500 million in next
generation cable systems over the last 4-5 years. These investments
support an integrated suite of world class global and local connectivity
solutions spanning voice and data, including IPLC, Ethernet, IP transit,
managed MPLS services, voice termination services and carrier outsourcing
airtel business also offers digital media services, a
centralized online media management and distribution platform.
Airtel revenue up 20% to Rs 71,451 crore; profit down 30%
Bharti Airtel has posted Rs 71,451 crore revenue in fiscal
2011-12, up 20 percent compared with the same period last fiscal. India &
South Asia revenues increased 11.6 percent to Rs 51,893 crore. Africa revenues
grew 43.7 percent to $4,137 million.
Airtel posted a 30 percent drop in profit to Rs 4,259 crore
in fiscal 2011-12 against Rs 6,047 crore in FY 2011. The substantial decrease
in net profit was due to several cost implications.