The largest oil company in the country, Indian Oil Corporation (IOC), has chosen Reliance Jio’s managed network services to link a fifth of its gas station network.
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According to a statement released by the company, Jio will connect 7,200 IOC sites using an SD-WAN managed service solution, zero-touch provisioning, and continuous real-time monitoring.
According to a statement, “Jio wins IOC order for SD-WAN solution that will power IOC’s retail automation and critical business processes, including payment processing, daily price updates, remote desktop protocol (RDP) software, and network monitoring with enterprise-grade connectivity, Quality of Service (QoS), and 24×7 support across 28 states and 8 union territories.
For a period of five years, JioBusiness, the business division of Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd, will deploy and manage SD-WAN (Software Defined Wide Area Network) for IOC throughout its 7,200 retail locations.
Prateek Pashine, Head of Enterprise at Reliance Jio, commented on the win: “We look forward to supporting IOC’s digital transformation path by establishing the largest SD-WAN network in the nation with our “Made in India” managed network solution.”
We have the technological know-how to assist IOC in attaining greater performance benchmarks across their network and to take advantage of Jio’s connectivity at each of the 7,200 sites thanks to our vast experience in large-scale deployments, he claimed.
This would be one of the biggest SD-WAN solution deployments in India across all industries as well as in the Asian oil and gas industry.
According to him, Jio’s SD-WAN setup is now in place at more than 2,000 retail locations, indicating that the solution rollout is currently in an advanced stage.
WAN lines are now being installed by Jio for customers in the government, banks, large and small enterprises, and offices, factories, and warehouses in different locations.