McLaren-Honda signs NTT Communications as technology partner

McLaren-Honda, the British Formula One team based at the McLaren Technology Centre, Woking, Surrey, England, and NTT Group have inked a three-year technology partnership.

Under the agreement, NTT Communications becomes a technology partner to McLaren-Honda. Over the course of the partnership, NTT Communications will provide network, cloud, and data connectivity solutions to McLaren, including Wide Area Network (WAN) and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) services to McLaren across multiple countries including UK, Spain, US, Singapore and Japan. The networking company will also offer its enhanced Enterprise Cloud 2.0 services to McLaren.

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