Sterlite Tech Foundation

About Sterlite Tech Foundation
  • Based In: India
  • Markets Active: India
  • Sector: Agriculture, Conservation, Education, Employability, Environment and Climate Action, Financial Inclusion, Health, Livelihood and poverty alleviation, Water and sanitation and hygiene
  • Beneficiaries: Children and youths, Ethnic minorities, People in poverty, People with disabilities, People with medical needs, People without employment, Women and girls

Sterlite Tech is a global technology leader in smarter digital infrastructure. It engages in six continents and more than 100 countries, with a digital networks business spanning optical communication products, network and system integration services and OSS/BSS software. The company has a unique silicon-to-software capability, which is unparalleled in the world, enabling it to design, build and manage smarter data networks for Global Service Providers, Smart Cities, Rural Broadband and Large Enterprises, such as defense.

Sterlite Tech is a global leader in optical communication products through manufacturing operations in India, China and Brazil. It enables eight among top 10 global telecom operators with its fibre for tower/data backhaul and last-mile connectivity. In India, over 40% of all data travels on Sterlite Tech’s fibre.

Sterlite Tech is committed to innovation, and boasts India’s only Centre of Excellence for broadband research, and a portfolio of 155 patents. Sterlite Tech Academy, another initiative, aims at creating a certified talent pool of smarter network professionals.

A few of the recent accolades the company has received include position improvement from ‘Niche’ to ‘Visionary’ in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Integrated Revenue and Customer Management and endorsement as the ‘Broadband Infrastructure Leader’ at the Telecom Leadership Forum.


Sterlite Tech Foundation team members on AVPN Connector
  • Akanksha Sharma

    Head - CSR & SustainabilitySterlite Tech Foundation

  • Louette Pai

    Lead - Communications, CSR & SustainabilitySterlite Tech Foundation