AT&T (NYSE: T) announced today that Deutsche Bank Brazil, a subsidiary of Deutsche Bank (XETRA: DBKGn.DE, Nyse: DB), one of the largest and more powerful banking and finance institutions in the world, has signed a service contract with AT&T.
Under the terms of the contract, AT&T will provide international end-to-end private lines to link Deutsche Bank sites in Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico with Deutsche Bank operations in more than 70 countries.
"Deutsche Bank is committed to delivering the best services in the market, exceeding our customers' expectations. And we strive to satisfy a demanding client base that is always aiming higher, thinking beyond and requiring a secure environment," said Eric Castro, CTO of Deutsche Bank in Latin America, based in Brazil. "That is why we chose AT&T, a company that offers the most reliable, secure and globally consistent Internet Protocol (IP) network that ensures that the crucially important voice and data telecommunications, along with our mission-critical and highly sensitive applications, run flawlessly from point to point."
Aside from the AT&T international end-to-end private lines, AT&T will provide Deutsche Bank's IT organization with the necessary technical support to help Deutsche transform its "Passion to Perform" mission into a way of life that translates into always improved, friendlier, more convenient and more secure services for its customers in the four most important markets of Latin America: Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico.