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TCS Stretches its Strategic Partnership with Vodafone Netherlands

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TCS Stretches its Strategic Partnership with Vodafone Netherlands

TCS is stretching its strategic partnership with VodafoneZiggo B.V. Netherlands. This partnership is initiated to aid the latter to speed up its fixed fiber network roll out that would enable superior connectivity for subscribers and faster launch of new services. However, the finance details of the deal are not disclosed.

Through this partnership, TCS would deploy AI and machine learning technology as well as TCS TwinX, its digital twin solution for enterprises. TCS’ TwinX digital twin model would aid help VodafoneZiggo gain a deeper understanding of its existing network infrastructure and embrace a data-driven roadmap for the rollout of its B2B fixed fiber network.

Kamal Bhadada, Business Group Head, Communication, Media & Information Services, TCS says, “To remain competitive in today’s rapidly changing business environment, CSPs need to quickly scale up their infrastructure and innovate to launch new digital services that create more value for customers. By leveraging TCS TwinX, VodafoneZiggo will gain a better understanding of its business environment, enabling it to rapidly deploy new technologies, deliver better business outcomes and accelerate the momentum of its digital transformation journey.”

With the power of predictive analytics, the telco will be able to identify early on, where network upgrades are needed and prioritize investment to achieve its strategic ‘Go Digital’ vision, which focuses on customer centricity, data-driven, digital first and agile ways of working. For instance, VodafoneZiggo will be able to model different construction scenarios, understand how quickly new networks can be built and foresee the likelihood of roadblocks that can impact this process. This will help improve investment decision making, accelerate the roll out and enhance customer experience.

Established in Netherlands since 1992, TCS currently partners with more than 50 Dutch customers across the telecom, media and entertainment, financial services and manufacturing sectors, in their growth and transformation journeys.

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