Tejas Networks Receives National Award For Packet Transport Node

Tejas-Networks-Receives-National-Award-For-Packet-Transport-NodeTejas Networks has received National Award for “Successful Commercialization of a Product based on Indigenous Technology” from the Technology Development Board (TDB) for Packet Transport Node.

The National Award was presented by president Pranab Mukherjee during the celebration of National Technology Day at Vigyan Bhavan, New Delhi.

This award was given for Tejas TJ1400- Packet Transport Node (PTN), an innovative, high-capacity, fiber-optic networking equipment that is used in telecom networks for mobile base station connectivity (for 2G, 3G and 4G) and enabling high speed broadband.

TJ1400 has been successfully deployed by several telecom operators in India and in more than 25 countries. The TJ1400 has a reliability of over 99.999 percent and can be used for simultaneously connecting more than a million phone calls and carrying gigabits of data traffic.

“As an Indian technology product company with focus on our own R&D and IPR, we feel deeply honored and are extremely thankful to Technology Development Board, government of India, for selecting us for this prestigious award. We strongly believe that India has all the key ingredients to become a global leader in telecom products- world-class R&D talent, a large domestic market, and a set of supporting government policies for promoting telecom product design and manufacturing,” said Sanjay Nayak, CEO & MD, Tejas Networks.

“We are also thankful to our customers in India as well as internationally, who have shown confidence in Tejas Networks by deploying our cutting-edge products in their mission critical networks,” added Nayak.

Tejas is a pioneer in developing cost effective, next-generation optical networking products that enable telecom carriers to converge traditional voice-based transmission networks with the new data-dominated networks. Today, Tejas is ranked among the top ten globally in the optical aggregation space and has successfully deployed over 350,000 equipment in the networks of major telcos in more than 70 countries.

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