BANGALORE, INDIA: Tejas Networks Ltd, a leading telecom product company from India, marked its 10th anniversary by announcing the launch of a leading-edge Packet Optical product portfolio that enhances its existing solutions for 3G and BWA backhaul.
Tejas Networks has been a key enabler of India’s explosive telecom growth with innovative optical networking solutions that have made high quality telecom services available to over half a billion people at the world’s most affordable prices. This innovation has also benefitted telecom markets in over 50 countries around the world. Today, Tejas is a top-10 company globally, top-5 in APAC and a leader in India in the optical transmission (MSPP) market.
Sanjay Nayak, CEO & MD said: "I am delighted with the progress we have made as a company and the significant contributions we have made to the telecom revolution in India and across the world.
"Now, we are playing a significant role in providing scalable and future-ready solutions to service providers to address the challenge of scaling up their network for massive growth in data, driven by mobile internet, video and business services, while maintaining a large and growing customer base for voice traffic."
He added: "Our new packet optical product portfolio for 3G and BWA backhaul enables service providers to seamlessly transition the 2G network serving all-voice traffic to a 3G/4G network serving predominantly data traffic saving repeated Capex and expensive Opex on network enhancements. For service providers building a new 3G/BWA backhaul network for an all IP solution, our existing Carrier Ethernet series of products provide the lowest cost per bit solution."
Dr. Gururaj Deshpande, chairman said: "Propelled by its world class talent, I am thrilled, but not surprised to see Tejas Networks achieve this tremendous success. Over the last decade, Tejas has evolved as a thought leader, addressing the most complex needs of the telecom operators today. Tejas has also established that a product company based in India can serve the highly competitive domestic market and at the same time produce high quality, leading-edge products relevant to the rest of the world."
He added: "I am confident that with the right impetus, India can produce several other product companies like Tejas Networks and establish a $100 Billion high-tech product industry over the next decade."