Tejas Wins Rs 696 Crore Deal from BSNL to Improve Router Community

Tejas Wins Rs 696 Crore Deal from BSNL to Improve Router Community

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Tejas Networks, backed by the Tata Group, has received Rs 696 crore deal or mission from the state-run telecom operator BSNL (Bharat Sanchar Nigam Restricted). The deal is for upgrading the PAN-India router community of BSNL within the subsequent 18 months. To be exact, Tejas Networks will improve BSNL’s PAN-India IP-MPLS-based Entry and Aggregation Community (MAAN) utilizing its state-of-the-art routers. Tejas mentioned that it received this order after competing with the highest world distributors within the house.

In a launch, Tejas Networks talked about that it will be supplying, putting in and commissioning over 13000 of its TJ1400 sequence of next-generation entry and aggregation routers for realising a converged multi-service packet community, being rolled out on a nationwide foundation.

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Sanjay Nayak, MD and CEO of Tejas Networks, mentioned, “We’re delighted to win this prestigious contract which is the only largest order we’ve obtained until date in our firm. We look ahead to partnering with BSNL to create a unified, versatile and scalable IP/MPLS community that may cater to rising information site visitors from its full-range of companies, together with cell (2G/3G/4G/5G), fiber broadband, Voice over IP, WiFi and enterprise information companies. It supplies us a wonderful alternative to deploy at scale, our service routing merchandise and set up our world-class capabilities within the important routing know-how space.”

Arnob Roy, COO and Govt Director of Tejas Networks, mentioned, “It’s a proud second for us to be chosen as the primary Indian firm to produce its indigenously designed and field-hardened routing merchandise for BSNL’s nationwide MAAN community. This win additional reinforces our place as a number one telecom and networking gear vendor able to designing and delivering advanced, high-availability mission important networks.”

BSNL will profit from the router community upgradation as it’s anticipated to see greater information consumption on its networks as soon as it begins rolling out 4G and extra shoppers subscribe to its fiber broadband companies.