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AT&T Receives 3-Year Contract To Provide Converged Network Services For Weston Foods, Inc.


AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) today announced that Weston Foods, Inc. (Weston), a leading provider of baked goods from well-known brands that include Entenmann’s®, Stroehmann®, Freihofer®, Boboli®, Arnold® and Thomas’®, has awarded AT&T a three-year contract to provide high-capacity data services, specialized equipment and network support. AT&T will converge Weston’s video, voice, Internet and data applications onto a single managed services network and provide high speed bandwidth to support these mission-critical applications. Specific terms of the contract were not disclosed.
To manage the increasing demands of a growing customer base over a large geographic territory, Weston needed a solution that would allow its employees in more than 300 different locations to communicate efficiently with their customers, consumers and business partners. To achieve this goal, AT&T will upgrade Weston’s network to IP-enabled Frame Relay, Managed Router Service and Frame & ATM Plus, providing higher speeds, among other benefits.
AT&T’s cost-effective solution will enable Weston to move internal resources from support to activities that are more value-added.
“In order to stay competitive in a fast-paced environment, it is critical that we provide reliable access to business applications and information from anywhere and at anytime,” said Bob Chernoff, vice president of Information Systems for Weston Foods, Inc. “With the AT&T managed network in place, we are confident that we will be able to provide that access with increased speed leading to better and more timely business decisions. At the same time, turning over the management of our network will provide efficiencies and allow our internal IT team to re-focus on valuable new initiatives for the business.”


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