The Hyderabad-based company will also contribute to future connectivity, autonomous operations, customer experience and network experience, according to an official statement.
TM Forum is an international industry association leading the digital transformation of the communications industry through collaboration and innovation.
It claims to have over 850 telecom and tech members. Indian companies Bharti Airtel and Reliance Jio, Vodafone Group, Ericsson and Nokia are some of the members of the association.
“We remain committed to enabling technology-based network transformation and complementing it with engineering capabilities tailored to the needs of businesses in various verticals. Our membership in the TM forum would accelerate this transformation by collaborating and learning from the collective experience of the market-leading communications service. suppliers, technology providers and global companies, ”said Prabhakar Alta, senior vice president and global head of communications and utilities, Cyient.
“As a member, Cyient partners with our growing ecosystem of partners to help global connectivity and digital service providers achieve their digital transformation and cloud migration goals, while also collaborating on the next generation of standards and frameworks for TMT (Technology Media & Telecommunications), ”said Nik Willetts, CEO of TM Forum.