Tulip Telecom

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Tulip Telecom Limited
Type Public
BSE532691
Founded July 2, 1992
Founders Lt. Col. H. S. Bedi
Headquarters New Delhi, India

Tulip Telecom Limited (BSE532691), formerly Tulip IT Services Ltd., is an Indian telecommunications services provider.

History[edit]

The company was started by Lt Col Hardeep Singh Bedi an ex-army man. After serving the Indian army for 22 years, Lt Col HS Bedi took voluntary retirement and founded his company Tulip IT Services, then Tulip Software Pvt Ltd, in 1994 and today it is known as Tulip Telecom Ltd.

Bedi started off the company with 4 employees in New Delhi as a software reseller. Later the company explored the field of Network Integration and implemented the world’s largest[citation needed] wireless network in Mallapuram, Kerala. This was a key milestone in Tulip’s history. The company also explored the field of wireless and developed India’s largest MPLS VPN network[citation needed].

The Company’s data network has a reach of over 2,000 locations globally. The Company has a global presence with over 3,250 employees and more than 1,800 customers. Tulip designs, implements and manages communication networks of large enterprises on long term contracts to include enterprise communications connectivity, network integration, managed and value added services.[citation needed]

Business Transformation Strategy[edit]

Tulip is gradually shifting its focus from enterprise data connectivity provider to enterprise data service provider.

Tulip Telecom building the world's third largest data centre[edit]

The company has recently acquired a data center facility in Bangaluru by purchasing 100 per cent shares of SADA IT Parks Private Ltd for Rs 230 crore. Tulip Telecom announced that it has chosen IT major IBM and data centre consultant Schnabel to establish a data centre in Bengaluru.

Tulip, through its wholly owned subsidiary company, Tulip Data Centre Pvt Ltd, spread across 9 lakh square feet, earlier this year for Rs 230 crore. The data centre will be built with an approximate investment of Rs 900 crore, spread over three years.

Schnabel will do peer review consulting with Tulip on the data centre build.[citation needed]

This is Tulip's fifth data centre in the country, which will increases the combined space under its data centres to approximately 10 lakh square feet. Tulip already has one data centre each in Delhi and Bengaluru and two in Mumbai.[1][2]

It has won a contract from the government of Madhya Pradesh for a state wide area network (SWAN).[3] Tulip Telecom has been successfully winning Market Leadership Award for its MPLS/IP virtual private network for 3 times in a row from Frost & Sullivan since 2009.[4]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Lakshman, Nandini (December 1, 2008). "Tulip Telecom Blooms in India". Business Week. Retrieved 19 January 2010. 
  2. ^ "Tulip Telecom net zooms 63%". The Economic Times. 30 July 2009. Retrieved 19 January 2010. 
  3. ^ Miuli, Umli (September 22, 2008). "MP State selects Tulip Telecom for SWAN project Initiating e-Governance". IT Examiner. Retrieved 19 January 2010. 
  4. ^ "Tulip Telecom bags ‘Leadership Award’". The Hindu Business Line. December 29, 2009. Retrieved 19 January 2010. 

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