Tejas Networks has won the Economic Times (ET) Innovative Product Award 2011 for its Packet Optical Transport (POTP) product, TJ1600 felicitate the innovators of the telecom industry. The Innovative Product award recognizes products that have resulted in increased customer base, increase in revenue or profitability and changed market dynamics in telecom. This award was given by the Minister of State for Telecom & IT, Government of India, Sachin Pilot at an event in Mumbai.
“We are delighted to win this prestigious award, especially since we were benchmarked against innovative telecom equipment offered by leading global vendors from around the world. Our innovative Future ReadyTM transmission products enable customers to scale their networks for massive data growth, driven by mobile internet, video and business services, while maintaining a large and growing customer base for voice traffic. We are seeing tremendous success with our POTP products with deployments in Indian and international telecom operator networks. In India, leading operators like Airtel, Aircel and other leading 3G operators have installed TJ1600 successfully, addressing over 250 million subscribers,” said Sanjay Nayak, CEO & MD of Tejas Networks.
Tejas POTP portfolio enables service providers to seamlessly transition 2G/2.5G networks serving all-voice traffic to 3G/4G networks serving predominantly data traffic at their own pace. TJ1600 is a POTP product that can be deployed as a 100 percent native TDM box today and can be smoothly migrated to a 100% pure-packet box in the future on the same shelf, thus making it a truly scalable and Future ReadyTM platform,” said Arnob Roy, president Engineering at Tejas Networks.
By TelecomLead.com Team