Tech Mahindra and Cisco Collaborate to drive 5G modernization

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Tech Mahindra has now collaborated with Cisco Systems to drive the infrastructure modernization for 5G telecom services using the ‘routed optical networking’.

The company has also affirmed that the collaboration will be able to simplify the internet transport networks by using optical and routing technologies to converge services over an IP infrastructure, thus enabling a high degree of automation.

Executive Opinion

Manish Mangal, Global Head of Business and 5G and Network Services, Tech Mahindra, said, "5G connectivity, network intelligence, and edge computing are unleashing a whole new world of opportunities such as the delivery of immersive experience using Metaverse, Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality (AR/VR), among others. The network infrastructure of the future will need to be even more agile and software-driven to bring such possibilities into life. As a trusted transformation partner, our mission is to help service providers re-imagine the future of connectivity and accelerate 5G adoption. Through this collaboration with Cisco, Tech Mahindra will make Routed Optical Networking solutions smarter, simpler, and easy to deploy and operate for service providers."

Shaun McCarthy, Vice President, Worldwide Mass-Scale Infrastructure Sales at Cisco, said, "As service providers are modernizing their 5G networks to offer new services, there is a critical need for the infrastructure to be agile, flexible, and simple. With Tech Mahindra’s expertise in OSS/BSS and Cisco’s routed optical networking portfolio, we can help customers expedite the transformation of their network while providing significant cost savings".

Tech Mahindra and Cisco's 5G Collaboration

Tech Mahindra has also revealed that it is investing in both the routed optical networking lab at the Bangalore and specialized services such as transport slice, SDN enabled transport and segment routing, thus enabling customers to experience and operationalize the transformation of 5G transport infrastructures.

The company also claims that the collaboration will enable service providers to merge the IP and private line services onto a single transport layer with the standardized pluggable coherent optics.
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