Tata's View of Communications
Tata is a global company which is perhaps closest to what General Electric is in the US or Siemens
is in Germany. The company is absolutely massive, having over 5,000 employees and engages in businesses such as building cars, providing chemicals, energy, materials and even consumer products like tea.
In addition, the company is a major player in telecom and has a global fiber network which is worth taking note of as it is large and growing. Tata has been aggressively pursuing US and international business and for this reason I knew my audience would be interested in learning more about how Tata Communications can help service providers, schools, the government and other US based concerns solve their communications problems.
On a podcast
interview with Anthony Rossabi, Vice President of Carrier
Services for the Americas I had a chance to ask questions about what the company is up to and how it can help carriers worldwide.
A good deal of our discussion centered around TCTS or Tata Communications Transformation Services which provides specific back office functions for carriers such as provisioning, network design, access and access pricing. The company has been focusing on landline but is moving into the wireless space as well.