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JLR partners with Tata Communications for digital transformation

Tata Communications will deploy its cloud-first, software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) technology, connecting all JLR’s 128 sites worldwide.

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JLR is partnering with Tata Communications, the global comm tech (communications technology) player, to future-proof its digital transformation and pave the way for new standards such as Industry 4.0 and advanced analytics. The partnership will power the production of JLR’s next-generation vehicles, a key part of its Reimagine strategy, and provide the connectivity foundation for the next phase of digital

transformation for the organisation.

Tata Communications will deploy its cloud-first, software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) technology, connecting all JLR’s 128 sites worldwide. This advanced global connected capability — between JLR’s global HQ and its plants, warehouses, sales centres, data centres and cloud services,

will significantly boost supply chain efficiency and security.

The transformation will enable JLR to bring in AI-powered and real-time data capturing, monitoring

and analysis to improve production line performance. Through predictive risk management controls,

the carmaker will be able to identify potential anomalies more effectively – driving greater efficiencies

while also helping assure vehicle quality build.

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Further, this partnership will significantly shorten the time to upgrade manufacturing processes,

strengthen operational resilience and increase agility to meet production demands. JLR estimates

significant cost savings along with business benefits through scale and security. Tata Communications

has already commenced implementation of the network transformation program and will complete

the deployment by 2025.

Commenting on the partnership, JLR’s Group Chief Digital and Information Officer, Tony Battle, said:

“This is an exciting phase in the digital transformation of our business, leveraging the technologies and

capabilities of Tata Communications that will leapfrog our networks into the future. Moving to SD-WAN means we can use AI powered automation to predict vulnerabilities, proactively intervene, prevent issues and perform more effectively on a global scale across our network. The cutting-edge connectivity platform will help us build the world-class ecosystem we need to deliver modern luxury vehicles and remarkable driving experiences.”

Tata Communications’ Executive Vice President and Chief Sales & Marketing Officer, Sumeet Walia

said: “JLR is a global hallmark for automotive luxury and innovation. As the industry rapidly evolves,

it’s an exciting time to further strengthen our relationship and support its digital transformation

strategy. Tata Communications is deploying a ‘digital fabric’, comprising our agile infrastructure,

platforms and managed services, that will help integrate JLR’s systems, workforce, suppliers,

stakeholders and customers across the globe, delivering a seamless flow of data to enrich key aspects

of the business ecosystem. This partnership will also further our combined commitment to sustainability, as we join forces with JLR to digitally transform the production line of their next generation vehicles.”

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JLR and Tata Communications have been in a long-standing partnership. Tata Communications

MOVE platform enables connected car solutions powering the infotainment and telematics

platforms in over 600,000 JLR vehicles with seamless connectivity across more than 100 markets.

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