Tejas Networks upgrading PGCIL’s backbone and access networks

Tejas Networks upgrading PGCIL’s backbone and access networks

Indian utility group PGCIL (Power Grid Corporation of India Limited) has selected Tejas Networks to provide and install its optical networking equipment as part of an upgrade of PGCIL’s pan-India telecom backbone and access networks.

Under the agreement, Tejas will deploy several of its products for PGCIL, including TJ1600 multi-terabit OTN cross-connects and 100G/200G DWDM systems with advanced Flex-grid ROADM functionality, TJ1400P series of MPLS-TP/Carrier Ethernet switches, along with TejNMS, its universal, multi-technology network management system to create a scalable and high-capacity network.

Sanjay Nayak, Managing Director and CEO of Tejas Networks, said: “We are delighted to be selected by PGCIL for the capacity expansion of their nationwide backbone and access network, which further reinforces our position as a leading trusted telecom equipment provider for the critical infrastructure segment.  This win is a strong endorsement of the competitiveness of our end-to-end portfolio of world-class optical networking products for Access, Metro and Backbone networks. ”


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