Nov 16
Wonder Lab
Wonder Lab
L&T Technology Services (LTTS) has recently inaugurated a 5G lab at its Bengaluru campus. Christened Mavenir 5G Lab, it will provide a unique opportunity to co-create and contribute to a joint go-to market strategy, driving innovation in the 5G space for customer service points and enterprises.
 
Mavenir is an American telecommunications software company. Earlier this fiscal year, LTTS entered into a strategic partnership with Mavenir on Open RAN and 5G test automation solutions. The 5G lab is an extension to the partnership. The lab was inaugurated by LTTS CEO & MD Mr Amit Chadha and Mavenir CEO Mr Pardeep Kohli.
 
LTTS’ development, testing and integration services to be delivered from this lab will include subject matter expertise, advanced automation capabilities and patented tools and platforms. It will enable cost-effective and speedy integration of a wide range of ORAN RU/DU/CU products and applications together with Cloud Native 5G core network solutions accelerating commercial deployments across a broad spectrum of customers and industry verticals of Mavenir’s product portfolio.
 
LTTS will also contribute to accelerating Mavenir’s cloud-native product roadmap driving increased market share in the 5G telecom landscape. LTTS’ experience in the delivery of telecommunications engineering products and services and growing portfolio of ready-to-use 5G components played a crucial role in this engagement.
  
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Drumming in Dhaka
 
THE Dhaka Metro in Bangladesh got a shot in the arm after L&T’s Power Transmission & Distribution (PT&D) arm successfully commissioned three crucial facilities to supply power to the urban transit system.
 
Overcoming the unprecedented hurdles of COVID-19, PT&D commissioned a 132 kV/33 kV receiving substation and a depot 33 kV auxiliary substation at Uttara in March this year. Then in June it commissioned another 33 kV auxiliary sub-station along with 33kV network inside the Uttara depot.
 
The tasks were executed in Dhaka by obtaining special permission from the Bangladesh government during the COVID-19 lockdown, while maintaining all safety measures and protocols. The commissioning of these crucial facilities enabled the Dhaka Mass Transit Company Ltd (DMTCL) to commence testing the first ever metro train Bangladesh’s history.

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