Xalted turns global supplier of broadband products

Monday, 19 July 2004, 07:00 Hrs
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BANGALORE: Broadband equipment and telecom software major Xalted Networks has bagged orders from 14 global telecom carriers in the US, South America, Europe and the Asia Pacific region to service over 50 million subscribers daily.

Competing with the likes of Nokia, Ericsson and Siemens, Xalted secured the orders to supply its equipment and products to global service providers such as Telecom Italia, Hutch, 3G Networks, Vodafone and Orange.

"Our products allow telecom carriers to deploy end-to-end Internet Protocol/Ethernet-based access networks, both wireline and wireless, delivering orders of magnitude in bandwidth and service intelligence," said Xalted chairman Pratap S. Kondamoori.

Within three years of relocating to Bangalore from Silicon Valley, US, Xalted invested 2.5 billion to set up its facility at the Electronics City where it designs and develops hardware, software and chips, among other products, for the global market.

For the Indian market, Xalted has developed broadband equipment and access products to stream voice, data and video content through copper, fibre and wireless networks.

"Though computers have not penetrated Indian homes and offices as fast as mobiles and television sets, the potential for broadband is immense as the country has about 60 million households with TV sets, which can be connected to the Internet through set-top boxes and modems," Kondamoori noted.



Source: IANS
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