BSNL, Fibre Home to jointly manufacture telecom equipment

The pact is aimed to bring telecom manufacturing technology and expertise to India

GN Bureau | November 14, 2017


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 Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has inked an agreement with Fibre Home Pvt. Ltd to jointly manufacture telecom equipment and optical fibre cable in BSNL factories.

BSNL has seven telecom factories with a large manpower and elaborate infrastructure. Telecom factories are manufacturing several customer end equipment and testing tools for internal consumption of BSNL.
 
The private firm has one of the largest telecom manufacturing bases in China. It is producing equipment at transport layer and access layer of telecom network.
 
The MoU between the two companies is aimed to bring telecom manufacturing technology and expertise to India and help the country set up a manufacturing base under Make in India.
 
BSNL, CMD, Anupam Shrivastava said, “This agreement will help India to get high quality telecom equipment at reasonable cost and will also reduce deployment time. BSNL strides hard to fulfill government dreams by adopting workable and practical programs like this.”
 

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