Tejas Networks [BSE: 540595, NSE: TEJASNET] today announced that the company successfully demonstrated 4G/5G network and applications on an end-to-end indigenous network, using its designed-and-made in India hardware and software products, in the presence of Hon'ble Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi, at the India Mobile Congress (IMC) being held at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.
The end-to-end network showed a full range of innovative wireless and wireline products from Tejas Networks and its subsidiary Saankhya Labs. These included advanced 4G and 5G macro Radio Access Network (RAN) equipment and broadcast radios, multi-terabit optical aggregation and backbone equipment, all managed from a versatile, universal network management system. Also on display was the world's first ultra-converged broadband product (TJ1400 UCB) that combines 4G/5G Radio RAN, fiber broadband access (GPON/XGSPON OLT), and packet-optical transport technologies in a single, compact shelf. The demonstrations included multiple use cases over the 4G/5G network such as video calling, Direct to Mobile (D2M) broadcasting and e-learning.
Mr. Sanjay Nayak, CEO & Managing Director of Tejas Networks said, "Today's successful live demonstration of indigenous end-to-end network and applications is a critical milestone in India's journey towards achieving Atmanirbharta in telecom technologies. We are committed to continue building on this success by sustaining our R&D and manufacturing investments, with a vision to create a global-scale telecom OEM from India in the coming years".
Dr. Kumar N. Sivarajan, Chief Technology Officer of Tejas Networks said, "We are delighted to have played a leadership role in setting up India's most comprehensive end-to-end indigenous technology demonstrator, covering our latest 4G and 5G RAN equipment as well as our optical transport and access product. It reinforces our position as India's leading deep-technology innovator in the telecom product space, with a complete portfolio of products to deliver ubiquitous high-speed connectivity in urban, semi-urban, rural and remote areas."