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Tata Communications Returns to F1 After Two Year Absence

Tata Communications Returns to F1 After Two Year Absence

Formula 1 (F1) have announced a multi-year deal with Tata Communications, where the Indian networking firm will be the official broadcasting connectivity partner for the motorsport series.

The deal sees Tata transmit over 100 video feeds and 250 audio channels between the track and F1’s media and technology centre for all race weekends.

Commenting on the deal, F1 president and chief executive officer, Stefano Domenicali, said: “We are delighted to welcome Tata Communications back as a partner following previous successes in our partnerships.”

“They have been an integral part of our growth journey over the last decade, and we completely trust their expertise and abilities to deliver what we need for our fans.

“This trust has been built over many years of working together, pushing forward advancements in technology in sport – on and off the track.

“Tata Communications’ connectivity continues to support F1’s drive for agility and sustainability with remote production introduced in 2020 – part of our aim to be Net-Zero Carbon by 2030.

“We are excited to grow together in the future and share the incredible journey Formula 1 is on,” he said.

Tata Communications managing director and CEO, Amur S Lakshminarayanan, added: As businesses evolve to a digital-first model, I believe the sporting world also has a great opportunity to leverage technology for delivering innovative and exhilarating experiences to motorsports enthusiasts.”

The announcement comes after F1 joined forces with electronics company Lenovo and extended a partnership with the Emilia-Romagna region to race at Imola until the 2025 season.

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