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Tata Communications

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India
1986
Public
NSE: TATACOMM
$1-10b
10,001 - 50,000
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Headquartered in Mumbai and Singapore, Tata Communications is a global company with its roots in the emerging markets. It has evolved from a wholesale service provider serving the Indian market to a leading provider of A New World of Communications™ to enterprise customers and service providers worldwide. The $2.9 billion company is listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange and the National Stock Exchange of India and is the flagship telecoms arm of the $103.3 billion Tata Group. It has invested $1.19 billion in the world's only wholly owned subsea fiber network that circles the globe.

The exponential growth of connected devices, the emergence of social media, analytics and Cloud Computing (SMAC) and acceptance of 'bring your own device' (BYOD), are all resulting in a major transition in the way enterprises engage with technology. Both developed and emerging economies are looking to innovation in technology. As a key enabler of information and communication technologies to global enterprises, Tata Communications has led from the front in ensuring a robust digital ecosystem that is equipped for the future – with the infrastructure that can cope with customers’ demands of intelligence, scalability and flexibility.

Tata Communications’ services portfolio includes predictable high-speed connections and global MPLS virtual private networks, Telepresence services, DDoS mitigation and detection service, content delivery networks and cloud offerings. Tata Communications offers customized network solutions for customers in key markets – including verticals like manufacturing, oil and gas, banking, financial services, insurance, media and entertainment – offering customers speed, quality and unparalleled network reach.

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Tata Communications offers end-to-end IoT solutions for Digital Transformation needs through its rapidly growing pan-India presence and strong partner ecosystem across the entire IoT value chain, including:

  • Smart Metering
  • Personal Safety
  • Environmental Monitoring
  • Employee Health & Safety
  • Smart Lighting
  • Asset Management
  • Smart Feedback

Tata Communications' applications enable data-driven proactive business decisions, thereby enhancing customer engagement and transforming workspaces into smart environments. This enables not only an increase in productivity but also a way to explore innovative business models powered by Tata Communications IoT solutions.

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Formula 1, Air France-KLM, Panasonic, Cognizant, Microsoft, Nova Medical, 3C Logic, Bosch

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Tata Communications’s IoT Snapshot maps the range and focus areas of Tata Communications’s IoT business across Technologies, Use Cases, Industries, and Services. Only categories with active products will be shown. Missing categories indicate that there is no activity in those areas.
Technologies
Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
Cloud Storage Services
Hybrid Cloud
Private Cloud
Virtual Private Cloud
Cybersecurity & Privacy
Intrusion Detection
Network Security
Security Compliance
Networks & Connectivity
Cellular
Network Management & Analysis Software
Software-Defined Networking
Platform as a Service (PaaS)
Connectivity Platforms
Data Management Platforms
Use Cases
Smart City Operations
Services
Cloud Planning, Design & Implementation Services
Tata Communications’s Tech Stack maps Tata Communications’s participation in the IoT tech stack.
  • Application Layer
  • Functional Applications

  • Cloud Layer
  • Platform as a Service
    Infrastructure as a Service

  • Edge Layer
  • Automation & Control
    Processors & Edge Intelligence
    Actuators
    Sensors

  • Devices Layer
  • Robots
    Drones
    Wearables
  • Supporting
    Technologies
  • Analytics & Modeling
    Application Infrastructure & Middleware
    Cybersecurity & Privacy
    Networks & Connectivity
Technological Capability
None
Minor
Moderate
Strong
Number of Case Studies3
IoT-based Fleet Intelligence Innovation
IoT-based Fleet Intelligence Innovation
Speed to market is precious for DRVR, a rapidly growing start-up company. With a business model dependent on reliable mobile data, managers were spending their lives trying to negotiate data roaming deals with mobile network operators in different countries. And, even then, service quality was a constant concern.
Global MPLS Connectivity Solutions
Global MPLS Connectivity Solutions
As Europe’s second largest airline, Air France-KLM wanted to harness the latest technology innovations to help enhance the user experience of its many passengers, as well as support new aircraft as they were added to the company’s expanding fleet. Tata Communications’ global network was able to help.Air France-KLM’s business desired up-to-date organization-wide digital transformation. While its current customers wanted to fly on next-generation aircraft, Air France-KLM knew it also needed to expand into emerging markets and make the most of global travel opportunities opening up to it.The challenge was that Air France-KLM’s technology infrastructure needed to be improved to enhance the passenger experience and also needed to integrate cloud services and new applications to support huge amounts of data coming from next-generation aircraft.
Managed Hosting Platform
Managed Hosting Platform
Formula 1® is a sport where every millisecond matters. With changing preferences and the growth of the digital medium, many fans choose to experience the sport through the F1.com website. The website needs to deliver a superior experience to tens of millions of fans across the world consistently. Hence, it is imperative to have a robust platform that can deliver the required performance and scale with growing trac and dynamic fan expectations. Some of the key challenges are: • Every race weekend, Formula1.com attracts up to 7 million fans. Managing this huge surge in website traffic, requires a scalable hosting platform that can simultaneously allow millions of fans to experience the excitement of the sport seamlessly. • Fans across the globe expect an engaging and immersive experience through enriched and enhanced race content across multiple devices. To meet this requirement Formula1.com needs to have a robust platform that is able to deliver real-time updates and information across screens, be it tablets, TVs or smartphones. • A global brand like Formula 1® needs to ensure it delivers a consistent user experience across all platforms across the globe. This consistent delivery of enriched content cannot be compromised through downtime or any other issue at any point. • In an age where threats to global websites are prevalent, Formula 1® needed a platform that was ready to meet any challenge to its website. They needed a solution that delivers consistency, scalability and yet at the same time is continuously monitored, secure and reliable.
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