Telecom equipment manufacture Nokia has today merged with Tata Power Delhi Distribution Ltd to upgrade electric network with advanced communication networks.
Nokia has supplied network-switching protocols and Internet protocols label switching to Tata Power Delhi Distribution Ltd, to carry the management of its electricity networks in North Delhi and North-west Delhi.
The MPLS which is also know as Multi-protocol Label Switching, technology is used to regulate data traffic and packet redirecting in a complex network.
In an press released, CEO and Managing Director Praveer Singh said “This project is very important for the company in its road map for better implementation of the smart networks”.
Nokia, Head of business market for India, Sanjay Malik added “The IP-MPLS technology will help us to deliver more accessible and stable network that is needed to move to a much more intelligent network”.
“This IP and MPLS protocol network provided by Nokia will not only provide a faster and smarter implementation, but it will also help Tata Power-DDL to improve the reliability, accessibility, security and efficiency of the power networks,” Singh added.
Tata Power-DDL is a collaboration of Tata Power and Delhi Government, to distribute electricity in the North and North-West Delhi.
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