NEW DELHI: The country’s third largest software services firm HCL Technologies has extended its partnership with technology firm Broadcom Inc. that designs, develops, and supplies semiconductor and infrastructure software solutions. The partnership, which was signed in 2018 will now include Symantec Enterprise Division (SED) consulting services, which was part of Broadcomâs enterprise security solutions.
As part of the partnership, the majority of Broadcom’s Symantec enterprise consulting team will transition to HCL. This includes expertise across endpoint security, web security services, cloud security, and data loss prevention. Symantec enterprise consulting employees will join HCLâs Enterprise Studio, which provides professional services for Broadcom Enterprise Software solutions. The Symantec U.S. Federal Consulting Services and Cyber Threat Analysis Programs will remain with the Symantec Enterprise Division of Broadcom.
âThe enhanced partnership with Broadcom combined with HCLâs rich legacy in CyberSecurity will help our customers establish a secure environment to further explore and pursue their enterprise growth objectives,â said Abhishek Shankar, Senior Vice President, HCL Technologies.
âThis agreement will provide Broadcom customers the expertise and services needed to ensure their mission-critical infrastructure software needs are met,â added Art Gilliland, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Symantec Enterprise Division, Broadcom.