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Tejas Networks

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About Tejas Networks

Tejas Networks (NSE: TEJASNET) is a global optical, broadband, and data networking products company. It designs, develops, and sells products to telecommunications service providers, internet service providers, utilities, defense, and government entities. Tejas Networks extends services in the field of network monetization, broadband access, critical infrastructure, and enterprise connectivity. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in Bengaluru, India.

Headquarters Location

Plot No. 25, JP Software Park 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th Fls, Electronics City, Phase 1

Bengaluru, 560100,


+91 80 4179 4600

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Tejas Networks Patents

Tejas Networks has filed 83 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Channel access methods
  • Radio resource management
  • Telecommunications
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Wireless networking, Channel access methods, Telecommunications, LTE (telecommunication), Radio resource management


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Related Topics

Wireless networking, Channel access methods, Telecommunications, LTE (telecommunication), Radio resource management



Latest Tejas Networks News

TCS to pocket about 80% of Rs 15,000 crore BSNL order

May 23, 2023

TCS to pocket about 80% of Rs 15,000 crore BSNL order SECTIONS By Rate Story Synopsis TCS informed the exchanges on Monday that it has received advance purchase orders (APOs) worth Rs 15,000 crore out of the around Rs 25,000 crore deal. ETtech Tata Consultancy Services will be the main beneficiary of the Bharat Sanchar Nigam ( BSNL ) 4G deal earning between 70-80% share of the deal value which is estimated to be a whopping $2.9 billion, sources in the know of the development told ET. The remaining amount will go to Tejas Networks for radio access network equipment and Centre for Development of Telematics (CDoT) which are part of the TCS-led consortium, apart from ITI Limited which will deploy a fifth of the order. While the advanced purchase order for the initial 100,000 sites has been rolled out, the purchase orders for remaining sites will be issued on the TCS-­led 4G consortium meeting key milestones and for circle-specific requirements, sources in the know told ET. “TCS will get around 70­-80% of the deal value while passing on the rest to other members of the consortium,” said the source. “The nature of such deals involves multiple milestones and stages of completion, and remaining purchase orders will be issued accordingly,” said the person. At about $1.8 billion worth of APO, this deal also marks one of the largest deals closed by TCS in recent quarters. The largest deal closed by the company was in the last quarter and was worth around $720 million. It al­so signed a large deal, estimated at around $1 billion with long-time partner M&S. The TCS-­led consortium includes Centre for Development of Telematics (C­DoT) and Tejas Networks. TCS parent Tata Sons has a majority stake in Bengaluru Based Tejas Networks. ET was the first to report this development on Monday. “The consortium led by Tata Consultancy Services Limited has received an Advance Purchase Order valued over Rs 15,000 crore from BSNL, a 100% Govt. of India owned Public Sector Undertaking, for the deployment of a 4G network across India,” TCS wrote in a note to exchanges. Tejas Networks also informed the exchanges about the transaction. While TCS was selected to offer the 4G solutions late last year, the deal signing took much longer due to procedural and regulatory delays, which included clearance form the BSNL board as well as a Group of Ministers that was closed in the first week of May. This deal will potentially pitch the Tata Group consortium as an indigenous telecom network solutions provider against global players like Ericsson, Nokia, Huawei among others. It will also allow TCS and Tejas Networks to take their 5G rollout offerings to global telecom operators. Don’t miss out on ET Prime stories! Get your daily dose of business updates on WhatsApp. click here! Tuesday, 23 May, 2023 Reserve Bank of India (RBI) governor Shaktikanta Das on Monday said authorities will take a decision on ₹2,000 notes closer to the September 30 deposit or exchange deadline. He ruled out any adverse impact on the economy from the withdrawal of the highest denomination currency. Adani Group shares surged the most Monday since the publication of the Hindenburg Research report late January, and market capitalisation of Adani listed entities crossed ₹10-lakh crore mark, after a Supreme Court-appointed panel said it had not found ‘regulatory failure’ on allegations of price manipulation in the conglomerate’s stocks and violation of minimum public shareholding rules. Read More News on

Tejas Networks Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Tejas Networks founded?

    Tejas Networks was founded in 2000.

  • Where is Tejas Networks's headquarters?

    Tejas Networks's headquarters is located at Plot No. 25, JP Software Park, Bengaluru.

  • What is Tejas Networks's latest funding round?

    Tejas Networks's latest funding round is Acq - Pending.

  • How much did Tejas Networks raise?

    Tejas Networks raised a total of $15M.

  • Who are the investors of Tejas Networks?

    Investors of Tejas Networks include Tata Group, Kedia Securities, Battery Ventures, IL&FS Investment Managers, Gururaj Deshpande and 9 more.

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