HCL Infosystems bags Rs 300 crore deal from Indian Air Force

The WCDMA network will provide backbone connectivity and ensure video interactivity for video calls, cross connectivity with other communication platform like IP-based communication within the Air Force Network, HCL Infosystems said in a statement.

The WCDMA network will be integrated with the Air Force Network (AFNET), which has been deployed earlier by HCL Infosystems. "This being one of the key wins under our Defence System Integration Practice, further highlights the company's vast understanding in various industry verticals," HCL Infosystems Executive Vice President Rothin Bhattacharyya said.

The 3G network will also have transportable mobile base stations for establishing communication with higher echelons even from remote locations in the country, it added. HCL Infosystems will implement the whole project on turnkey basis.

Shares of HCL Infosystems closed at Rs 101.25 a piece, down marginally from its previous close on the Bombay STock Exchange.

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