Modern enterprises are embracing digitalization as a business model, and exploring innovative sources of revenue such as IOT, Big Data analytics, and M2M. The consequent increase in data volumes has necessitated an overhaul of existing network infrastructure.
A modern network must be ‘open’ yet secure, agile yet scalable, and easy to govern while supporting real-time upgrades. Therefore, organizations must consider emerging technologies – such as the Cloud – as part of their digital journey.
At HCL, we have an experience-driven service delivery approach – bridging the gap between advanced tools and tangible outcomes. We are globally recognized for our network transformation initiatives:
- Ensured customer satisfaction for several OEMs and Telco’s worldwide
- Completed 250+ network systems integrations, with 30+ years of experience
- Named as Gartner Leader (2013) and part of Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Communications Outsourcing and Professional Services (2012)
Network autonomics and orchestration is a core sector for HCL – our award winning DRYiCE framework is driven by stringent SLA compliance, proactive monitoring, and 24/7 support. Our frameworks help client future proof their network infrastructure with an end-to-end portfolio of Network Services. Our solutions encompass strategy, design, and implementation across a range of network requirements:
- Software Defined DC and WAN
- Unified Communications & Collaboration
- Network Automation
Our customers include global services providers, OEMs, and Fortune 500 companies. We adopt industry best practices across domains, setting competitive benchmarks in engineering excellence, commercial and operational expertise, end-user insights and delivery capability. Connect with us to learn how we can add value to your enterprise network portfolio.
HCL’s Software Defined Networks technology ensures an agile, responsive, and flexible network
HCL’s transformation initiative, Evolve, facilitates reliable real-time communication between platforms
HCL’s Transport Independent Site framework assists re-architecting WAN
HCL’s NetBOT helps plan a futuristic roadmap for network automation