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India's largest telecom operator Bharti Airtel has launched first Telecom Infra Project (TIP) community lab.
Airtel is amongst the early members of TIP - a global initiative founded by Facebook, Deutsche Telekom, Intel, Nokia and SK Telecom to create a new approach to building and deploying telecom network infrastructure, the telco said.
Having been at the forefront of India's telecom revolution, Airtel is excited to extend its network innovation facilities to the growing TIP Community Lab program. We look forward to collaborating with other TIP members in creating innovative network infrastructure solutions for the future, and quickly and cost-effectively expand the reach of our networks to serve customers with exciting and disruptive solutions," said Abhay Savargaonkar, Director - Networks (India & South Asia), Bharti Airtel.
TIP is an engineering-focused initiative driven by operators, suppliers, integrators, and startups to disaggregate the traditional network deployment approach.
The community's collective aim is to collaborate on new technologies, examine new business approaches and spur new investments into the telecom space.
"We look forward to working with Airtel to establish the first TIP Community Lab in Manesar. Our community is re-imagining traditional approaches to network deployment everywhere, and this lab can accelerate the development of innovative solutions for achieving this goal. TIP members can take advantage of this facility to refine new products, technologies, and solutions, from proof of concept, through trials and ultimately deployment," said Axel Clauberg, TIP Chairman, and Vice President, Technology Innovation, Deutsche Telekom AG.