This information was revealed by the annual report filed by ITI. It had signed a MoU with Tech Mahindra recently
Government run ITI is in active talks with Indian companies to provide them with end-to-end 4G and 5G network gear here. It is also exploring the possibility of manufacturing equipment band E and V. Both these bands are critical for 4G and 5G technologies.
ITI’s MD R M Agarwal, in companies annual report, mentioned that the company plans to manufacture eNodeB and 5G NR (new radio) products in its various plants. This information was revealed by the annual report filed by ITI. It had signed a MoU with Tech Mahindra recently
MoU with Tech Mahinadra and Tata Consultancy Services (TCS)
ITI has quite recently signed MoU with Tech Mahindra and TCS for collaboratively working on the development of 4G and 5G technologies. The companies had mentioned that they were collaborating to create “Make in India” stack as part of this MoU for the upcoming 4G & 5G opportunities in India.
“Tech Mahindra will bring state of the art platform technologies and software capabilities and ITI will use its world class manufacturing facilities and expertise to build wireless solution for next generations. We are delighted to partner with ITI in this important initiative towards self reliance in the area of technology,” Sujit Baksi, head, APAC Business & president Corporate Affairs, Tech Mahindra, had said at the time of signing the MoU.
Tech Mahindra is responsible for providing the software IPs, implementation and integration services, operations and maintenance services. This partnership was intended to jointly build a framework that will provide solutions of the upcoming wireless technologies to different telecom service providers in the country and also address business opportunities globally.
R M Agarwal, Chairman & Managing Director, ITI Limited, had said, “The initiative is to build local competence by synergising the offerings of ITI & Tech Mahindra to create a next generation wireless stack that will help India to become self-sufficient in the area of Telecommunications.”