TTSL teams up with Nokia Siemens Networks
New Delhi, India
Partnership to focus on Tata Teleservices’ pan-India GSM network rollout
Tata Teleservices Limited (TTSL), India’s youngest and fastest-growing telecom service provider, has partnered with Nokia Siemens Networks for its pan-India GSM network rollout. Under the terms of the partnership, Nokia Siemens Networks has been identified as one of the main vendors that will manage the operations of the networks it deploys over a period of five years. Managed services forms just one portion of the vast scope of the deal—the complete services outlay includes local supplies, network planning, project management, network roll-out and systems integration activities across the national network.
Commenting on the partnership with Nokia Siemens Networks, Mr Anil Sardana, Managing Director, Tata Teleservices Limited, said: ““As we gear up for our GSM launch, the need of the hour is to provide quick time-to-market services that ensure better network quality and uptime. In keeping with this mission, we feel suitably aligned to Nokia Siemens Networks, which, with its massive services set-up in the country, can provide us the required support.”
Backed by experience of more than 200 managed services contracts worldwide serving a subscriber base in excess of 190 million, not to mention its global delivery capabilities, Nokia Siemens Networks is ideally suited to launch TTSL’s GSM services seamlessly and in a quick and efficient manner. In addition to its proven services record, Nokia Siemens Networks was selected on the basis of its mobile softswitching solution, its Home Location Register, based on its advanced Subscriber Data Management platform and the market leading energy-efficient Flexi Base Station. Underscoring its faith in Nokia Siemens Networks, TTSL will also deploy the company’s packet core solution, including the Flexi Intelligent Service Node, for all 22 circles in the country, enabling it to offer ubiquitous mobile Internet access across subscriber segments.
Mr Michael Kuehner, Head for Nokia Siemens Networks, Sub-region India, said: “It is always greatly satisfying when we sign up a new customer, but this partnership with TTSL is all the more special for us. Not only does this partnership allow us to work with one of the most prestigious names in Indian corporate history, but being selected for TTSL’s GSM launch also considerably strengthens our dominance across the Indian telecom landscape. We are honored with the trust they have placed in us and will surely live up to their expectations.”
Nokia Siemens Networks will be responsible for GSM services across a majority of TTSL’s 22 telecom Circles in India.
About Tata Teleservices
Tata Teleservices Limited is one of India’s leading private telecom service providers. The company offers integrated telecom solutions to its customers under the Tata Indicom brand, and uses the latest technology platform(s) for its wireless network. Tata Teleservices Limited, along with Tata Teleservices (Maharashtra) Limited, operates in more than 7,000 towns across 20 circles i.e. Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Karnataka, Delhi NCR, Maharashtra, Mumbai, Tamil Nadu, Orissa, Bihar, Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh (E), Uttar Pradesh (W), Kolkata, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, RoWB and Assam. Tata Indicom has a customer base of over 30 million. For more information log on to: www.tataindicom.com
Nokia Siemens Networks is a leading global enabler of communications services. The company provides a complete, well-balanced product portfolio of mobile and fixed network infrastructure solutions and addresses the growing demand for services with 20,000 service professionals worldwide. Nokia Siemens Networks is one of the largest telecommunications infrastructure companies with operations in 150 countries. The company is headquartered in Espoo, Finland. www.nokiasiemensnetworks.com
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