HCL Infosystems bags Rs.300 crore air force project

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  • HCL Infosystems Thursday said it has bagged a Rs.300 crore ($66 million) order from the Indian Air Force to deploy a portable wireless network covering air force stations across India.


HCL Infosystems Thursday said it has bagged a Rs.300 crore ($66 million) order from the Indian Air Force to deploy a portable wireless network covering air force stations across India.



The new network will be integrated with the existing air force network and will provide it the backbone connectivity and ensure video interactivity for video calls and other communication platforms, the company said in a statement.

 

"We are honoured to partner with the Indian Air Force in the deployment of this highly efficient state-of-the-art wireless network and congratulate them for their vision in embracing technology to play an active role," HCL Infosystem's executive vice president Rothin Bhattacharyya said.



"This being one of the key wins under our defence system integration practice, further highlights the company's vast understanding in various industry verticals," he added.
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