DXC to provide end-to-end IT infrastructure support for AT&T

DXC Technology has entered into a new multi-year agreement to offer comprehensive support for a portion of AT&T’s IT infrastructure operations.

The agreement entails DXC managing AT&T’s midrange IT infrastructure, which encompasses the enterprise compute, storage, backup, and recovery environments.

Additionally, DXC will handle system, database, and storage administration, along with hardware architecture and maintenance for these environments.

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