Viettel High Tech's first high-tech equipment export contract is considered an important milestone. It has proved that Viettel's 5G mobile telecommunications network infrastructure solution is ready for commercial use and large-scale trade, not only in Vietnam and its ten markets that Viettel is investing in, but also in international markets with high technology level and strict requirements like India.

At the signing

According to the agreement, Viettel High Tech will provide IP Router equipment for the telecommunications network of Gwave (a member of UTL Group) in the Indian market. This is an IP transmission device that supports 100Gbps speed meeting the requirements of the 5G network researched and produced by Viettel.

Viettel is the first unit to conduct research on IP Router in Vietnam meeting the Europe’s Conformitè Europëenne (CE) and the U.S.’s FCC standards. It has been assessed and certified by the Ministry of Information and Communications of Vietnam.

UTL Group is India's leading telecommunications service and solution provider, which is known as the leader in terms of market share, research and development capacity, transmission technology deployment, equipment terminals in both military and telecommunications sectors. In particular, it is also the U.N.'s global partner in information technology solutions and present in 24 countries and territories.

UTL Group’s President Raja Mohan Rao Potluri said, “We've decided to choose an IP Router device to use in the Gwave network. This shows UTL's trust in the quality of Viettel High Tech's products. Besides, after carefully assessing the ability of mastering technologies, we have selected Viettel High Tech as the first partner to deploy the 5G network in India for BSNL (Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited), the national mobile service provider of India.”

With UTL's experience and Viettel High Tech's network deployment capacity, the UTL - Viettel High Tech cooperation has received the trust of the Indian Ministry of Communications. The procedures for licensing 5G test frequencies are expected to be approved in December 2022.

“Providing equipment and cooperating to test 5G in India is the first step of Viettel High Tech in the process of expanding the market. With a population of 1.4 billion, India is an attractive market to leading technology corporations. Our goal is to promote cooperation in research, development and production of equipment/systems of all 4G and 5G network meeting Make in India standards,” General Director of Viettel High Tech Vu Ha. 

Translated by Tran Hoai