The company has started manufacturing access points and routers at a facility in Pune.
“Our roadmap is very clear. Our first intention was to start with five or six products that we wanted to make in India for domestic market such as access points, routers etc,” added Malkani.
“The second stage is to make that centre (Pune) a global export hub. That is the next stage we are working on right now,
The US-based company also expects to complete 50 digitisation projects by the end of the year across India, which is part of its $100 million investment announced last year.
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