Tejas bags 10 telecom customers last year

By SiliconIndia   |   Wednesday, 30 April 2003, 07:00 Hrs
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BANGALORE: Tejas Networks today announced 180% growth in its sales revenue over the previous year and has bagged ten new telecom customers during the last year. Tejas' success, especially in the current telecom market, is a strong indicator of the customer acceptance of its TJ100 next-generation optical networking products.

Founded in 2000, Tejas Networks, is focused on developing and selling leading edge, yet practical, optical networking products to global customers. Tejas is pioneering the trend for Indian companies moving up the value chain and developing state-of-the-art products by using India's engineering talent in Software, ASIC/FPGA, System and Hardware Design.

Tejas' TJ100 range of next-generation SDH/SONET products enable telecom carriers to build converged networks that support traditional voice-based services, as well as new, data-dominated services, at substantial cost savings. In addition to savings in CapEx and OpEx, Tejas products enable new revenue-generating services such as Bandwidth-on-Demand and Ethernet leased lines. Tejas has the unique distinction that its TJ100 product was used for rolling out India's first Ethernet-over-SDH network.

Tejas has roped in ten new customers during the last fiscal year, against global competition. They include winning the national optical fiber network for RailTel (for over 6000 thousand km of optical fiber), basic services networks for operators such as Hughes Telecom, Tata Teleservices and Shyam Telecom, ISP backbone network for DishnetDSL, Metro networks for Tata Power, MTNL and Iqara Broadband, and optical network for Indian Railways.
In addition, Tejas has also forged OEM partnerships with International DLC players like Hitron Technologies (Taiwan) and MIC Electronics (India).

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