Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL) and tech giant IBM Corp have recently signed a ten-year tech deal. According to reports, the big blue will deliver IT solutions to BIAL and also work on creating new solutions to improve travel and airport experience for passengers. IBM, in its release, had stated that BIAL is one of the fastest-growing airports in the world, and it needs a scalable, cost-effective, and nimble operations environment and technology to improve flexibility and agility to handle the upcoming rise of passenger traffic. To achieve its technological goals, BIAL has selected the services of IBM Global business.
The Big Blue’s hybrid cloud capabilities will deliver managed infrastructure services to design and deliver an architecture that will have a dynamic and robust delivery model. IBM will use Red Hat Ansible Automation to create the platform for BIAL, and this will provide proper business growth. The new platform is also expected to generate AI-powered insights from IBM’s asset management technology to improve the total cost of ownership and optimizing inventory management. When the desired result is achieved from the latest efforts, the partnership will move forward to focus on improving the Airport in a Box platform as a stepping stone for exploring and innovating the international travel industry.
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