Tata Consultancy Providers on Monday mentioned a consortium, led by the IT large, obtained an advance buy order valued over Rs. 15,000 crore from the state-run BSNL for the deployment of a fourth-generation cellular (4G) community throughout India.
State-owned Bharat Sanchar Nigam (BSNL) on April 22 launched 4G companies in pilot mode in elements of Punjab in a run-up to a proper rollout of 4G companies. The corporate has began reside testing of its 4G companies with 135 tower websites utilizing an indigenous telecom stack.
In line with an announcement from Tata Group’s Tejas Networks Restricted launched on April 3, it obtained an order price Rs. 696 crore from BSNL for the upgradation of its all-India IP-MPLS primarily based Entry and Aggregation Community (MAAN).
Tejas Networks, a part of the Tata Group, designs and manufactures wi-fi networking merchandise for telecommunications service suppliers, defence and authorities entities in over 75 international locations. As part of this contract, Tejas Networks will provide, set up and fee over 13,000 of its ‘TJ1400’ sequence of next-generation entry and aggregation routers.
Preliminary provides and deployment are anticipated to be accomplished throughout the subsequent 18 months, Tejas Networks mentioned in an trade submitting on Monday.
Tejas Networks is an optical, broadband and information networking merchandise firm primarily based in India. The corporate designs develops and sells its merchandise to telecom service suppliers, web service suppliers, utilities, safety and authorities entities in 75 international locations.
The shares of TCS have been buying and selling 0.70 p.c up at Rs. 3,245.05 apiece in morning commerce, on Monday.
The shares of Tejas Networks have been buying and selling 0.97 p.c up at Rs. 648.20 apiece on BSE in morning commerce on Monday.