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AFL Announces Partner Network Expansion in India

Plans to grow 200% from the existing partners’ network strength

AFL Hyperscale, the manufacturer of Fiber Optic cable, equipment and accessories today announced to grow their partnership network by 200% at their Partners Meet program held at Eros Hotel, Nehru Place, New Delhi. H G Chandrashekar, CMD & founder SASMOS HET Technologies, AFL Hyperscale’s Strategic partners in India, addressed the distribution partners of the northern region about the new plans, product range and solutions for Indian market.

Speaking at the occasion, H G Chandrashekar said, “We would like to thank the entire partner community for helping AFL Hyperscale to become one of the leaders in providing smart, simple and scalable fibre optic communication solutions for the Data Center & Enterprise market. We have gathered here to explore the opportunities in the Indian Market and expand our network with the latest range of solutions from AFL.”

Subramanya Ullal, CEO, SASMOS HET Technologies said, “Our network solutions are advanced and designed aesthetically to provide advanced solutions to the modern-day connectivity requirements. There is a shift change from the traditional cabling networks and we at AFL are equipped with customised solutions that help us conquer the emerging India market.”

At the event, AFL showcased its latest range of optic fiber products for “Next Generation connectivity of 400G & 800G deployments” for Hyperscale Data Centers.

More than 50 partners across the northern region were present at the event along with many other finest experts of the data centre market.

AFL Hyperscale solutions are highly reliable and always on demand for their flexibility and exceptional support. Presently, SASMOS and AFL are compliant for Make in India to support GOI initiative of “Atmanirbhar Bharat”.

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