Enterprise data services company Tulip Telecom has announced that it has bagged four large network and data centre orders in the public and private sector worth nearly Rs 200 crore.
Tulip secured a three-year order worth Rs48.88 crore from the Rajasthan government under the central government-funded Rajasthan State Crime and Criminal Tracking Network and Systems project. In addition, it has won a Restructured Accelerated Power Development Reforms Programme project in Bihar worth Rs24.78 crore over five years.
Furthermore, Tulip has been awarded a five-year, Rs75 crore data centre order for the new Bangalore facility of a global telecom company, and a connectivity order from Sahara Parabanking worth Rs 50 crore.
“We are happy to partner with the government and private players in our endeavour to build and strengthen the network infrastructure in the nation,” Tulip Telecom Chairman and Managing Director H S Bedi announced.
“The order of a data centre for the new Bangalore facility from a large global telecom major is totalling to Rs75 crore for a period of five years. As of now, the government orders are contributing about 10% in the total revenues of the company, which will grow up to 20-30% in the next two years,” Tulip Telecom CEO Sanjay Jain added.