L&T Bags Rs 2,500-5,000 CR Order From Indian Army For Unified Network Management System
New Delhi: The Smart World & Communication Business division of Larsen & Toubro Construction has bagged an order worth Rs 2,500-5,000 crore from the Indian Army for establishment Unified Network Management System.
The System will help in management, support and operation of the countrywide Armed Forces Network under the Network for Spectrum (NFS), L&T said in a statement.
The entire project has to be completed in 18 months. This will be followed by 3 years of warranty and 7 years of AMC. During this period L&T will provide Managed Maintenance Services including SLA monitoring, service impact analysis and root cause analysis for the countrywide Armed Force Next Generation Network.
"This is an extremely crucial and sensitive project for the Ministry of Defence and we are proud that the Ministry has reposed their faith in our technical, engineering and solutioning capabilities to execute this project," said S N Subrahmanyan - CEO and Managing Director, Larsen a Toubro.
The project includes creation of a cloud-based IT infrastructure on Infrastructure as a service (IAAS) model. The projects also involves Next Generation Operations System and Software (NGOSS) based Unified Network Management System, Eight Network Operations Centers (NOCs) consisting of National NOCs, Disaster Recovery NOCs, Regional NOCs, Security Operation Centers, Tier III Data Centres and Training Infrastructure.