HCLTech launches FlexSpace 5G to redefine digital workplace

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NEW YORK, US and NOIDA, India, Feb 29, 2024—HCLTech, a leading global technology company, today launched FlexSpace 5G, an advanced digital workplace experience-as-a-service that boosts efficiency and security for global businesses.

Powered by Verizon’s secure, reliable network and HCLTech’s best-in-class hardware partnerships, this offering is a significant upgrade to HCLTech FlexSpace, which supports the entire workplace experience value chain. It enables a smooth transition to a digital workplace for all categories of employees, whether at the desk, remote, on-the-go, or on the frontline.

HCLTech FlexSpace 5G carries unique benefits for businesses.

It provides ‘Experience-as-a-service’ to support end-to-end device life cycle management.
It extends mobility for enterprise users in the hybrid work model, going beyond Wi-Fi.
It provides fast and more dependable connectivity, proving advantageous for various sectors, including financial services, technology, life sciences, healthcare, telecom, media and entertainment.
It assuages data security worries for users working remotely.

“With HCLTech FlexSpace 5G, powered by our strategic partner Verizon Business, we aim to provide our clients with a fluid, hybrid and sustainable future of work that fosters collaboration, productivity and innovation,” said Rakshit Ghura, Senior Vice President and Global Head of Digital Workplace Services, HCLTech.


“We continue to make significant investments in our network in order to support solutions such as these, which enable employees to work virtually wherever they need to connect, be that in an airport, a client’s office or on the road,” said Jonathan Nikols, Head of Global Enterprise Americas, Verizon Business. “Connected devices on our network also provide our customers with additional peace of mind due to the enhanced, built-in security inherent to the Verizon network, a significant improvement over public Wi-Fi.”

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