Since July this year, Viettel’s engineers have been present in India to install, deploy and put the service on trial operation. It took more than one month for the Vietnamese corporation’s engineers to train and transfer knowledge to their peers from QuadGen. Currently, the 5G Private system is running smoothly and meeting all requirements.

The 5G Private system of Viettel High Tech in India is running smoothly.

The 5GP system, jointly launched by Viettel High Tech and QuadGen, has all equipment products for three network layers: radio access network (Macro, Micro, AIO base stations), 100G transmission network, and 5GC core network.

Viettel's system allows the provision of private network services with two key offerings of MBB data and VoNR service as the fundamental connectivity infrastructure for apps for smart factories, smart cities, healthcare, education, security and more.

According to QuadGen Chairman and co-founder C.S. Rao, QuadGen’s target is to seek strategic partners to produce and supply 5G equipment for the Indian market since the Indian government prioritizes the utilization of domestic products. The 5G Private network will be used in various industries.

He highly appreciated Viettel’s ability to easily customize solutions. He added that the training and transferring process were carried out everywhere and at any time thus QuadGen’s engineers found it easy to grasp and operate the service. Viettel’s comprehensive solution after five months truly convinced them to establish a long-term cooperation with the Vietnamese group to bring innovation to customers in India and neighboring countries.

Viettel High Tech General Director Nguyen Vu Ha said that the Indian market has specific requirements for telecommunications equipment products. That is both a challenge and big opportunity for the company since its advantage is to meet the distinct needs of customers based on their capability of mastering the system. The company will suggest deployment of 5G public networks for telecommunications businesses in India.

At the handover ceremony, U.S.’s Ai20X, QuadGen, and Viettel High Tech signed a strategic cooperation agreement to boost 5G innovation and growth in India.

Translated by Mai Huong