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Welcome to the data slipstream

Propelling F1® into the fast lane

We're #TrustedToWin

In a sport where a millisecond is the difference between glory and defeat, we’re revolutionising how fans stay seamlessly connected.

And we’ve done that now for #150Races

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Our Global Infrastructure

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The Tata Communications network carries more than 25% of the world's internet routes

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Our terrestrial and subsea fibre could stretch round the equator 17 times

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7,600 petabytes of internet traffic travels over our internet backbone each month

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Almost 50% of cloud computing providers are connected to businesses over our IZO cloud enablement network

As the official connectivity partner of F1®, we're relentless in our pursuit of innovation. Whether it's hosting critical IT infrastructure, enabling remote operations or pioneering new broadcast technology, Tata Communications is helping make the spectacle of Formula 1®, spectacular for its half a billion fans around the world. Over the course of 118 Grands Prix and counting, we've delivered flawless broadcast media for millions of fans, introduced 36x faster connectivity at every race and successfully tested the first ever feed with no time lag between live broadcast and footage viewed on a second-screen app. To see how we can deliver this kind of connected excellence for your business, get in touch.DOWNLOAD THE CASE STUDY

"Tata Communications will play a critical role as we enable a new vision at Formula 1®"

Chase Carey, CEO, Formula 1® Group

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