C-DOT MAX-NG Boosts Next Generation Network Services to BSNL Fixed Line

C-DOT MAX-NG Boosts Next Generation Network Services to BSNL Fixed LineCentre for Development of Telematics in close cooperation with BSNL, has upgraded the First Rural Exchange Center at Kittur from C-DOT RAX to MAX-NG for NGN (Next Generation Network Services).

C-DOT (Centre for Development of Telematics) has already upgraded 3 Exchanges in the Urban Network, namely – Vikas Nagar in Dehradun, Uttarakhand; Katpadi in Vellore, Tamil Nadu and Nuh in Haryana they are currently running on Trial phase.

The upgradation of MAX-NG would be implemented through BSNL network across the country within 2-3 years upgrading around 2.5 crore Exchanges, both Urban and Rural.

The upgradation program will bring VoIP and other broadband services to the aging fixed line infrastructure, comprising of its MAX / RAX switches. C-DOT has also developed NGN, GPON which will build broadband pipes to homes, SOHO’s and multi-dwelling units.

Exchanges running on RAX/MAX technology enable users to access voice-based services. Up gradation to MAX-NG technology will give fixed line users access to next generation services like VoIP and other broadband services.

This upgradation will also provide Broadband services to 2.5 lakh Panchayats through optical fibre aiming at transforming the economy.

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March 19, 2016 1:40 pm 1:40 PM

I got the NLRB connection(Land)only with the help of pg portal and RTI-2005.(After 4 months)It is not easy to deal with some of them.Please privatize it for the benefit of Our country.

If u want private connection go for pvt operators.. Why did u come to NLRB sar my contry an pakistan my city an Rajanpur

August 14, 2012 11:58 am 11:58 AM

Government need to take decesion to strengthen BSNL as our country telecom symbol.
If not emergenccy situation will not be handle and private monopoly destroy 80 crore poor people communication.

Vijayakumar. L
August 14, 2012 10:39 am 10:39 AM
It has now become a fashion for the some high end, affluent people to say that BSNL, or for that matter, any other government institution, should be privatised. If it is not for the BSNL or Postal Department, the people in the rural areas should not have got the telecom and postal services at affordable cost and with easy reach. These affluent are more worried about their comfort in their urban environment and least bothered about the sufferings and toiling of the rural suffering masses that constitutes more than 80 percentage of our population. Also it is easier for them… Read more »
February 11, 2013 7:07 pm 7:07 PM

Absolutely right vijay. It is because of BSNL that communication in India is so cheap.