For BSNL’s pan-India 4G and 5G network with TCS, Tejas Networks said it has executed a master contract for supply, support, and annual maintenance services of its Radio Access Network (RAN) equipment
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has awarded a 4G and 5G RAN equipment purchase order to Tejas Networks, the homegrown networking products company, worth Rs 7,492 crore. The latter will supply its latest 4G and 5G RAN equipment for about 100,000 sites for the 4G and 5G networks of BSNL, which will be executed during the calendar years 2023 and 2024.
For BSNL’s pan-India 4G and 5G network with TCS, Tejas Networks said it has executed a master contract for supply, support, and annual maintenance services of its Radio Access Network (RAN) equipment.
Tejas Networks CEO Anand Athreya said, “Our cutting-edge portfolio of baseband and radio products will enable BSNL to roll out a scalable and cost-effective network that meets world-class performance and quality standards. This also furthers our mission to create India’s first global-scale telecom and networking products company with an end-to-end suite of wireless and wireline offerings.”
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