ITI’s order booking to reach Rs. 20,000 Cr

K. Alagesan, CMD & Director- Production & Human Resource, ITI Limited

ITI is planning to close the year with an order booking of more than Rs. 20,000 crore thanks to projects like EESL, BharatNet Phase II, BSNL, BNG and ASCON Phase IV.

Speaking to DigiAnalysys, K Alagesan, CMD, ITI said, “As of today, we have a strong order booking of Rs. 6,600 crore which includes supplies of 25 lakh smart energy meters to EESL and BharatNet Phase II projects of Maharashtra & Gujarat (cumulative value of Rs. 4,600 crore). The company has an Advance Purchase Order (APO) worth Rs. 7,100 crore which includes Passive Infra Operations & Maintenance project of BSNL worth Rs. 6,633 crore and Broadband Network Gateway (BNG) Phase II project worth Rs. 211 crore.”

“ITI is also the lowest bidder for ASCON Phase IV, a defense communication network worth Rs. 7,500 crore. ITI has also won 6 packages for the supply of 2 lakh WiFi access points for BharatNet project which is presently on hold added Alagesan.

Anticipating WiFi equipment demand from BBNL, ITI has tied up with ZCOM for WiFi Access Points and Cambium Networks for point to point radio equipment says K Alagesan.

Presently, ITI has a complete portfolio of device testing facilities like Reliability Lab, EMI/EMC Lab, Safety Lab, SAR Lab and Telecom Security Test Lab. The company has been a pioneer in the design and development of encryption products for defense applications and has been supplying these products for the last 5 decades.

ITI manufactures and supplies GPON products (OLT and ONT), WiFi, radio modem, CLI phones, data encryption products (TDM and IP), infrastructure products – Optical Fiber Cable (OFC), HDPE duct, solar panels, GSM, LTE, microwave, satellite, antenna, SDR, IP-MPLS, routers, switches, managed leased line products and Signaling Transfer Point (STP). The company has state of the art infrastructure like SMT, Flying Probe Testers for manufacturing electronics and telecommunications equipment and has set up state of the art PCB plants in two units.

 

 

 

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