Network Services

The digital ecosystem and landscape is rapidly to mirror the continuous evolution of communication infrastructure, connectivity, and next gen use cases. Advanced connectivity has become the fulcrum for digital businesses with companies being increasingly focused on adding bandwidth and exploring ways to modernise their networks. Moreover digitisation has increased the heterogeneity in networks due to the addition of more touch points to cater to infinite use cases. Think about smart and safe cities, utilities, enterprises, defence and private networks, to name a. Read More..

How do our network services work?

Network solution stitching is the linchpin for digitised networks Network solution stitching is the linchpin for digitised networks The diversity and complexity in modern networks mixed with virtualisation and cloud-nativeness requires a set of skills, practices and expertise to plan, design, build and operate. This is where Network Services bring in the requisite capabilities, resources and expertise for global customers. We offer end-to-end system integration and uniquely tailored network solution stitching for the latest technology network stack, centres, cloud, network infrastructure and more. Delivering seamless solutions for complex networks. In an open, multi-vendor and disaggregated network environment with increasingly complex technologies, managing or upgrading a network can be a daunting process. As there would be regular upgrades required for network augmentation, network creation and technology to meet next generation service requirement. We provide a robust next generation software defined network, to enable seamless connectivity for continuous user service experience. Read Less..

Network Services: Key Features

Some basic features of our network services are:


Our managed network services have global expertise in large-scale network deployment, creation, and management, regardless of location.

Life cycle

End-to-end network solutions include lifecycle management, demand planning, design and build, and operation and maintenance. In addition, data center infrastructure, cloud infrastructure, cybersecurity, and application infrastructure.

Centre of

With this option, your organization will have its own in-house certified network solution engineering and innovation team to handle all of its needs.


SLA-driven network as a service design and service management. An SLA would foster trust, enforce dependability, and keep the supplier and customer on the same page. Introducing strict control and governance to ensure KPI and SLA adherence.

Technology agnostic and
vendor neutral solution

Network transformation using technology/vendor agnostic network solutions that are open to all viable and established solutions, with the necessary support infrastructure in place to support their customer or prospect.


A multi-interoperable network means that your computer network will use open protocols to connect many different types of complex networks and facilities, allowing multiple services to be provided to different users over the same network.

Network Services: Benefits

The advantages of network services are as follows:

Uniquely Tailored
E2E Solution

Resolving customer issues with network infrastructure creation, operation, and upgrade. Client companies can concentrate on their core competencies while saving significant amounts of money on network development and maintenance.

Modern Networks
Designed to Last

Futuristic network solutions with a minimum additional life span of 10 years. Among these are tools that provide self-healing capabilities for applications and networks, as well as automated detection and remediation.

Total cost of ownership(TCO) Optimised Solution

Fit to budget availability, a high ROI, and 3% cost savings provide flexibility and diversity while efficiently lowering TCO with our managed network services.


As perceived by the user, exceptional business network solution performance in terms of reliability, scalability, resilience, and latency was achieved.


One-stop pre-integrated E2E network solutions provider among competitors to ensure greater future network evolution.

2X Deployment

Next-generation network deployment will be completed more quickly. Deploy networks for the 5G era more quickly, efficiently, and accurately through true standardization, network service management, and digitalization of the entire network life cycle.

3X Delivery

Leverage best-in-class network infrastructure services technology to build highly responsive, scalable, and agile future-grade networks based on resilience, predictability, and transparency, reducing supply risk.

Better customer
response management

In today's world, the user experience is everything.
Qickly to changing customer and market needs. Our business network solutions allow order processing systems to operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week, resulting in fewer SLA violations and higher ARPU.

What do our business partners have to say about STL’s Network Services?

Progressive connectivity has become the pivot point for digital businesses as companies increasingly focus on increasing bandwidth and exploring new ways to modernize their networks with network service management. Network as a service is about looking forward to the creation of smart cities, businesses, and private networks.

Commenting on the partnership between Airtel and STL, Randeep Sekhon, chief technical officer (CTO), Airtel, says, “We are pleased to deepen our collaboration with STL to build a competent, future-ready network. This 5G-ready and high capacity network will enable us to provide faster delivery of new services while delivering an enhanced user experience.”

CMD at BSNL, Anupam Shrivastava says, “Sterlite Wi-Fi is a highly scalable and agile solution which enabled BSNL to generate new revenue streams from innovative Wi-Fi services that go beyond Wi-Fi offloading and enable BSNL to look at the future of digital India program with greater confidence.”


A computer network is a collection of interconnected computers that are configured to work together. Computer networks, also known as data networks, are networks of nodes connected by communication channels. Data is received, transmitted, and exchanged between endpoints by the nodes. The data is transmitted as voice or video traffic. Computer network intelligence has four primary goals:

  1. To establish dependable connections between computers.
  2. To allow computers to communicate with each other.
  3. To prevent computers from receiving unwanted messages.
  4. To keep track of where all of the computers are.

A network as a service is a computer networking application that runs at the network application layer or higher and provides data storage, manipulation, presentation, communication, or other capabilities. It is typically employed using a peer-to-peer architecture or client-server based on application layer network protocols.

Each service is typically provided by a server component that runs on one or more computers (often a dedicated server computer that provides multiple services) and is accessed via a network by client components that run on other devices. The client and server components, on the other hand, can coexist on the same machine.

Clients and servers will frequently have a user interface and, in some cases, additional hardware.

Network services are classified into four categories: user management, printing, e-mail, and system administration.

  • User administration
  • This gives you the ability to manage everything from user permissions to password access.

  • E-mail
  • The process of sending and receiving e-mails necessitates the use of network services, which frequently include adding users as contacts, creating distribution lists, and the management of e-mail attachments such as images, videos, and other files.

  • Printing
  • The ability to print from anywhere is a network service that allows users to send documents, images, and other data for printing via a web portal or application.

  • System Administration
  • includes server maintenance as well as software updates to ensure that all computers have access to the most recent versions.

Computer networking is important because it allows us to communicate with one another. Computer networks allow us to write documents, share files, and send e-mails in order to run entire businesses. We wouldn't be able to use any online services if we didn't have computers and a stable Internet connection.

A business's well-designed and maintained network intelligence can securely connect your company's servers to the internet. With business network solutions, you can even grant employees Web access to corporate resources while protecting them from malicious attacks.

Here are the top advantages that businesses gain from using networks as a service:

  • Cost-cutting measures
  • With network as a service, many IT infrastructure and operational costs can be significantly reduced.

  • Proactive maintenance and problem solving
  • Have access to continuous monitoring services to make issues more easily preventable, in addition to ongoing proactive and preventative maintenance.

  • Improved Security
  • Ensure the overall security of the voice and data network with network security services.

  • High levels of availability
  • Confidence in their communications system's dependability and stability

  • Increased Service Quality (QoS)
  • Better voice quality, more efficient call routing, and enhanced network management with Quality of Service built-in (QoS).