Tejas Networks Limited has bagged a deal worth Rs 6.96 billion from Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) for pan-India router network. According to the company, it has received an advance purchase order of Rs 6.96 billion from BSNL for the upgradation of its pan-India IP-MPLS based access and aggregation network (MAAN).  

As per the deal, Tejas Networks will supply, install and commission over 13,000 of its TJ1400 series of next-generation access and aggregation routers, with the expectation of deploying initial supplies within the next 18 months. The services will also include mobile (2G/3G/4G/5G), fibre broadband, voice over IP, WiFi and enterprise data services, stated the company.