Orange Business Services, a leading global integrator of communications solutions for multinational corporations, has been named the 2012 Data Communications Service Provider of the Year by international market research and technology analysts Frost & Sullivan. Orange is the recipient of the prestigious award for the second consecutive year.
The Frost & Sullivan Award recognizes the outstanding performance of Orange in Asia Pacific in 2011. Orange clients in the region benefit from its comprehensive portfolio of managed and network-related services and strong delivery capabilities. With 157 points of presence (PoPs) in 101 cities across 40 countries and territories, Orange Business Services offers multinational customers in Asia Pacific access to its next generation converged IP network that delivers enhanced coverage, capacity, performance and resilience.
“With its increasing focus on regional businesses, the company increased its on ground presence by adding over 200 new customer facing employees during the year. In order to further enhance its value proposition, the company is in the process of implementing a 10G ring network between Japan, Hong Kong and Singapore providing customer benefits such as improved service, dynamic bandwidth reallocation, improved SLAs, VPLS and 1G access,” said Mayank Kapoor, Industry Analyst, Datacenter and Cloud Computing, Asia Pacific ICT Practice, Frost & Sullivan.
Yee May Leong, Senior Vice President, Orange Business Services Asia Pacific, said, “Orange Business Services provides for multinational and local enterprise customers in Asia Pacific world class integrated communications services in cloud computing, unified communications and collaboration. We consistently deliver these solutions in the way that meet our customers’ needs for coverage, capacity, performance and resilience.”