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State-run Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited, BSNL, has finally come up with a comprehensive notification to invite e-tender to prepare, test, launch, and manage its much anticipated 4G network in four operating areas on a key turn-key basis in addition to the Delhi and Mumbai cycles.

The government service provider requested more ideas by sharing its views

In compliance with various sources, only bidders registered through this EoI shall be entitled to compete in the upcoming BSNL 4G bid, and hence all prospective bidders for the forthcoming BSNL 4G bid will be expected to register the bid through this EoI, irrespective of its technological proven.

This business would have to provide free irrevocable access and permission to update the source code to have technical support for all the possible releases. It said that the source code for the core as well as the RAN should be put into the Escrow account.

It further claimed that if a registered Indian company complies with all eligibility criteria other than the technological proven news of the product, such companies can then register for PoC participation as required by this EoI so that their equipment meets technical proven-of-the-art specifications on successful completion of POC to make them qualified to participate in a forthcoming 4G tendency The registration fee is Rs 500,000, and the telco has agreed to proceed to a process of e-tendering to seek interest from firms. However, for micro, small and medium enterprises, no registration fee is required (MSME). The presence of domestic companies has been a contentious issue, however, between the Telecoms Public Sector Corporation citing unsubstantiated technologies and the Telecommunication Department (DoT), which has called for homegrown companies to enter the Atmanirbhar Bharat or Independent movement.

“The revised tender document is in line with our demands, and is a step to support the domestic industry,” said Arun Gupta, General Director of the Telecom Equipment and Services Export Promotion Council, Tepc.

The telecom company had to scrap the tender notice, originally rolled out on 23 March because homegrown firms, headed by the Delhi-based community, were restrictive conditions. The new terms, in Gupta’s opinion, also assured the applicability of the Center’s Prime Moneys Policy in India (PMI) and would have the Indian company owned tech source code.

The newly-read proposal opened doors for the participation and initiation of pilot projects for domestic businesses, even though telco aims to introduce a full-scale enterprise telecom network next generation that will be of interest to local producers such as Sterlite Technology, Tejas Networks, and the Vihaan networks.

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