Tulip Telecom announced Wednesday said that it has won a managed services contract for a premier science and technology body under the department of Information Technology, Government of India. Tulip is one of the two chosen service providers for the networks implemented and managed by the body.
As the chosen service provider for the project, Tulip will be largely responsible for network management, IT infrastructure management, links commissioning and management amongst other day to day IT and network operations for various government departments.
Tulip will also be responsible for fault management, WAN management and the overall network management for the networks implemented and managed by the institution.
Tulip would also be required to assist in managing all the network facilities created at their disaster recovery site at Hyderabad, state headquarters (SHQ), district headquarters (DHQ), tehsil headquarters and bhawans in their respective states.
Lt. Col HS Bedi, chairman and managing director, Tulip Telecom (Q,N,C,F) stated, “Tulip is honored to partner for a project of such scale. We are glad that such an esteemed government body has recognized Tulip`s expertise nad experience in the managed services arena. With a wide range of managed services offerings and a growing portfolio in government sector, Tulip looks forward to act as catalyst in the evolution of Information Communication and Technology (ICT) adoption in the country and provide an impetus to Government`s e-governance plans.”