Tejas Networks Obtains 111 crore Order from Sterlite Technologies

By siliconindia   |   Monday, October 22, 2018
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Tejas Networks announced that it obtained a purchase of Rs.111 crore for Indian Navy’s country-wide next generation digital communications network from Sterlite Technologies. Tejas Networks will provide terabit capacity DWDM systems and high-performance Layer-3 Multi Gigabit Ethernet switches for pan-India network.

Sanjay Nayak, Managing Director & CEO, Tejas Networks said, "We are delighted to be a part of this prestigious communication project for the Indian Navy as a technology partner for Sterlite Technologies for DWDM and Layer-3 Multi Gigabit Ethernet switches. It is a matter of great pride that our designed-and-made-in-India DWDM products and Layer-3 Multi Gigabit Ethernet switches will be deployed in the Navy's network, which has long-term strategic significance for India. The order reinforces our technological and execution capabilities for building large and complex communication networks."

Sterlite Technologies already won a long-term contract for design, execution, operations and maintenance of Indian Navy’s Digital Network. The Indian Navy’s communication network is well built, highly secure, scalable that links multiple Indian naval offices and India administered islands. K.S Rao, CEO - Telecom Services Business, Sterlite Technologies, adds, "Tejas Networks is a leading Indian OEM that designs and manufactures world-class optical and data networking products. They have demonstrated capabilities in executing complex, carrier-grade and mission-critical networks. We are happy to work with Tejas Networks to execute this project of national importance."

Founded in 2000, Tejas Networks designs, develops and sells high performance and cost-competitive networking products to telecommunications service providers, Internet service providers, utilities, defence and government entities in over 70 countries. Its products utilize programmable, software-defined hardware architecture with a common software code-base that delivers seamless upgrades of new features and technology standards. Tejas Networks is also ranked among top-10 suppliers in the global optical aggregation segment and has filed over 349 patients.

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