Prodapt plans to invest £100m in UK tech sector

With a particular focus on the connectivity industry, Prodapt is accelerating the digital transformation of its customers, using technologies such as 5G, cloud, SDN/NFV, edge computing, IoT and AI/ML. Prodapt’s customers include leading UK telecom operators, digital/multi-service providers (D/MSPs) and high-tech companies.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson mentioned, “Trade and investment between the UK and India creates good jobs and supports livelihoods in both our countries. I am very pleased that Prodapt has decided to join the legions of Indian companies investing in the UK, boosting our technology sector and driving economic growth.”

“As the UK has become a hub of technology and innovation in the connectivity industry, it is natural to increase our investment and engagement in the UK region,” mentioned Vedant Jhaver, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Prodapt. “With this renewed vigor, Prodapt continues to be a preferred digital transformation partner for enablers in the hyper-connected world,” he added.

Prodapt plans to invest £100m over the next few years in the UK and expects to create over 500 jobs. Prodapt earlier this year established a new office in London to support its growth.

About Prodapt:

Prodapt focuses singularly on the vertical of connectivity. Prodapt’s customers are telecommunications operators, digital/multi-service providers (D/MSP), technology companies and digital platforms in the field of connectivity.

Prodapt builds, integrates and operates solutions enabling next-generation technologies and innovations. Prodapt works with global leaders such as AT&T, Verizon, CenturyLink, Adtran, Vodafone, Liberty Global, Windstream, Virgin Media, Rogers, Deutsche Telekom, among others. Prodapt customers today help more than one billion people and five billion devices stay connected.

Prodapt has offices in North America, Europelatam, Indiaand Africa. It is part of the 120-year-old business conglomerate, The Jhaver Group, which employs over 22,000 people in over 64 locations worldwide.

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