Bharti Airtel, Tech Mahindra to co-develop and market 5G use cases in India


Airtel recently joined hands with Tech Mahindra to co-develop and market 5G use cases in India.

Both partners will set up a new joint 5G innovation lab for developing Make in India use cases for the Indian and global markets.

These apart, the companies are also planning to bring to market customized enterprise-grade private networks, which they believe will be at the core of the digital economy.

Executive Opinion

Ganesh Lakshminarayanan, CEO-Enterprise Business, Bharti Airtel, said, "Airtel and Tech Mahindra have a shared vision of supporting the growth of India’s digital ecosystem. We are delighted to join forces with Tech Mahindra to bring to market a range of cutting-edge digital solutions for the emerging requirements of enterprises. With proven technology capabilities and deep customer trust enjoyed by the two brands, we believe this is a win-win partnership."

Manish Vyas, President, Communications, Media and Entertainment Business, and CEO, Network Services, Tech Mahindra, said, "5G ecosystem will unlock immense opportunities for industries across sectors to improve productivity and enhance customer experience through digitally-powered new-age platforms and solutions. We are excited to partner with Airtel to provide innovative and cutting-edge solutions for enterprise customers. In line with Tech Mahindra’s NXT.NOWTM framework, this collaboration is focused on offering next-generation services to the Indian market by enabling transformation via a network, cloud engineering, and customer experience."

Bharti Airtel and Tech Mahindra the partnership

Airtel claims that while it has been spearheading 5G demos and testing in India, tech Mahindra has developed 5G platforms and applications.

Furthermore, Airtel revealed that these solutions would focus on combining Airtel integrated connectivity portfolios of 5G ready mobile network, IoT, Fiber, SDWAN, with Tech Mahindra proven system integration capabilities.

As per the announcement, the companies would initially focus on segments such as aviation, utilities, oil, chemicals, gas, automobiles, and ports and expand to some other industries going forward.
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