ACG picks Tejas Networks for optical transport network in Afghanistan

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Tejas Networks has announced the signing of a multi-year contract with Asia Consultancy Group (ACG), an independent private company that provides telecommunications infrastructure, management and engineering services throughout Afghanistan.

ACG, headquartered in the United States, has been a provider of lifecycle managed network services in Afghanistan for many years.

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Under this contract, Tejas will supply its state-of-the-art DWDM / OTN and PTN products, capable of working with 100G-600G systems, in order to establish a national high-capacity network and a network of.

“At ACG, we are committed to developing a state-of-the-art, terabit-scale optical network that can cost-effectively meet the growing network capacity needs of our service provider customers. After a rigorous evaluation process, we selected the DWDM / OTN TJ1600 Metro and Long-haul products and the TJ1400 PTN products from Tejas for this important project. We are really impressed with their scalability, extreme flexibility and operational simplicity compared to other competing offerings in today’s market ”, said Dr Dzung Nguyen, technical director of ACG. “We look forward to working closely with the team at Tejas Networks to ensure that we take full advantage of the advanced capabilities of their products and that we build an agile and future-proof network that can work well.” adapt to the explosive growth of the mobile, broadband and cloud service markets in Afghanistan in the years to come.”

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Sanjay Nayak, Managing Director and CEO of Tejas Networks, said: “We are delighted that ACG has selected Tejas as their primary technology partner to implement a carrier network of carriers for telecommunications, business and government institutions. in Afghanistan . Our partnership with ACG illustrates our emergence as a trusted global supplier of a full range of optical transmission products for access, metro and backbone networks.”

Yogesh Verma, Vice President of MENA Region at Tejas Networks, said, “ACG is committed to providing highly reliable bandwidth services to our customers. With its cutting edge technology and superior support, ACG can continue to meet the SLAs it is committed to and deliver vital connectivity where it is needed most. We are excited to help ACG achieve a robust and scalable optical infrastructure that enables the cost-effective transport and delivery of high-quality bandwidth services to Afghan carriers and enterprises at the lowest cost per bit.”