Airtel, Tech Mahindra Join Hands to Provide 5G Enterprise Solutions

Mahindra’s Chakan facility in Pune becomes India’s first 5G-enabled auto manufacturing unit.
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India’s communications solutions provider Bharti Airtel (Airtel) and digital transformation and consulting company Tech Mahindra announced a strategic partnership to deploy 5G for enterprise solutions at Mahindra’s Chakan manufacturing facility, making it India’s first 5G-enabled auto manufacturing unit.

Chakan’s network connectivity has enhanced owing to the “5G for Business” solution, resulting in faster software flashing speeds, a crucial step for all vehicle dispatches. Managers can now conduct numerous software flashing sessions concurrently because of the high speeds and extremely low latency, which shortens the turnaround time for an activity. Now that the computerised vision-based inspection is entirely automated, the quality of the paint has improved. As part of its #5GforBusiness offerings, Airtel has been testing use cases and spectrum delivery at several sites with a variety of partners.

Together with Tech Mahindra’s industry expertise, Airtel’s integrated connectivity portfolio of #5GforBusiness offers customers specialised services, tried-and-true system integration skills, and 5G enterprise solutions like Factory. Enterprise customers will profit from NXT’s domain knowledge in planning, designing, installing, and managing private wireless networks for businesses. It will hasten the adoption of game-changing network technologies like 5G in India. This collaboration is in line with Tech Mahindra’s NXT.NOWTM framework, which focuses on investing in cutting-edge technologies and solutions that enable digital transformation and satisfy the changing needs of the consumer while simultaneously aspiring to improve the ‘Human Centric Experience’.

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Shritama Saha
Shritama is a technology journalist who is keen to learn about artificial intelligence and data analytics. A graduate in mass communication, she is passionate to explore the influence of AI on fashion, media, and art.

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