Indian telecom equipment vendor Tejas Networks has won a Packet Transport (PTN) contract from Noor Telecom, a broadband service provider in Egypt.
As per the deal, Noor Telecom has deployed Tejas PTN solution including Tejas TJ1400 and TJ1600 to build its backhaul network running over MPLS-TP technology.
Tejas Networks solution will be an alternative solution to scale the network for increasing subscriber base and provide better network resiliency.
“These network upgrades will help us maintain a leading position in the premium broadband services market in Egypt,” said Dalloul, CEO of Noor Telecom.
Meanwhile, Tejas will also support utility companies in Jordan and Turkey for upgrading their communication network with next-generation optical transport equipment.
Many utility companies today are moving to intelligent grid management and smart grids, for enabling more dynamic and reliable services.
“We see many utility companies are in the process of upgrading to packet-driven, smart SCADA-based systems and our products enable them build high-speed, high-capacity network quickly and efficiently,” said Sanjay Nayak, CEO & MD of Tejas Networks.