Gurugram-based product engineering company VVDN has been chosen by leading data networks and engineering company STL for the development of few indigenous 5G products and Solutions.
VVDN says that company houses labs and Centers of Excellence (CoEs) that have expertise across the 5G domains including 5G RAN, 5G RF, 5G Cloud/Digital. The expertise also includes Network Slicing Orchestration, oRAN/cRAN/ vRAN Services, etc.
STL being a pioneering integrator of data networks, with core capabilities in optical connectivity and virtual mobile edge solutions, is working towards empowering Mobile Network Operators to build best in class networks and enable them to build open, disaggregated and cloud-native fixed wireline and 5G mobile access networks.
Combining both the companies’ expertise is the crux of this deal. With VVDN’s experience in radio manufacturing and STL’s focus on edge solutions, both the companies will collectively ideate, design, and develop innovative solutions to support critical infrastructure for 5G. The solutions are expected to enable operators worldwide to address multiple deployment use cases with a faster time to market.
“This partnership with STL is instrumental to VVDN and has come at the right time when VVDN is placing significant investments in 5G engineering space. The goal is to provide complete, integrated and pre-validated 5G platforms for both Small Cell & Macro RU and deliver the complete product to STL. Our engineering & manufacturing is fully equipped to design and develop 5G Radio solutions that will help STL to accelerate 5G deployments,” said Puneet Agarwal, Co-Founder and President Wireless Group, VVDN Technologies.
Dr.Badri Gomatam, Group CTO, STL said, “The joint collaboration with VVDN aims to advance the evolution of 5G small cells thereby supporting telecom operators in their mission to roll out 5G networks. Also, with an indigenous ‘Make In India’ approach to 5G Radio Units, STL aims to target operators globally and focus on private enterprises for broad-scale deployments of 5G”.