Tejas gets Rs 1.1-bn order for Indian Navy’s Communication Network

Bengaluru-headquartered optical networking equipment maker Tejas Networks on Monday said it had received a Rs 1.1-billion order for the Indian Navy’s countrywide next-generation digital communications network from global data network solutions company Sterlite Technologies.

As part of the order, Tejas Networks would supply its terabit capacity DWDM systems and high-performance Layer-3 Multi Gigabit Ethernet switches for this pan-Indian network.

“The Indian Navy’s communication network is being built as a robust, highly secure, scalable and reliable digital highway for naval operations that will link multiple Indian naval offices and India-administered islands.

As the master systems integrator, Sterlite Technologies has been awarded a long-term contract for design, execution, operations and maintenance of Indian Navy’s Digital Network,” Tejas said in statement on Monday. Read More

You may also read!

Chandrayaan-2: Moon landing at 1.55am September 7

Having successfully entered the lunar orbit on Tuesday, Chandrayaan-2 is all set to for Moon landing at 1.55am on


Indian Army: Army to bridge disability pension gap between officers and jawans

Army Chief General Bipin Rawat on Monday said that the army was ready for a full fledged war with


Centre’s big move on producing defence equipment in India; allows pvt players to use govt’s testing facilities

In a big move to give a boost to indigenous production of defence equipment in the country, the Union


Leave a reply:

Mobile Sliding Menu