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September 25, 2012

Orange Business Services Wins Three Awards in China
By Anshu Shrivastava
TMCnet Contributor

Orange (News - Alert) Business Services was awarded the 2012 China Enterprise Networking & Communications Award (CENA) and 2012 China Cloud Computing Award (CCCA) in three categories -- Best Cloud Computing Operator, Best Outsourcing Contact Center Provider and Best IP VPN Service Provider.



The company said that it was recognized for its full lifecycle end-to-end cloud services, end-to-end contact center solutions and the IP VPN services provided to a number of multinational enterprises worldwide.

For both the CENA and CCCA, the selection process consists of two rounds of voting by online readers and industry experts. Patrick Li, general manager of China at Orange Business Services (News - Alert), said that the company is “extremely honored” to win the prestigious industry awards.

As a company with 60 years of rich experiences in cooperation with multinational companies, Orange Business Services is a trusted partner, he said, adding that the company provides the multinational and local enterprise customers in Asia Pacific with the broadest range of product and service portfolios, such as cloud computing, contact center, unified communications and collaboration.

To its corporate customers, the company offers the fully integrated end-to-end cloud services. Company officials said that they continue to consolidate its leadership in the cloud computing market and aims to make it easy for customers to access the IT resources they need by providing a one-stop-shop for a range of cloud computing services.

The company believes that by taking an integrated approach, it can deliver network and IT with end-to-end service level commitments. Additionally, the company is recognized for its end-to-end contact center solution services that include design, creation, ongoing operations, service level agreement management.

Orange Business Services claims to maintain the world’s largest IP VPN with over 320,000 network connections in 177 countries including the emerging markets. The company provides the complete IP VPN solution including design, implementation and management.

 In China, the company is said to be the first provider to set up network-to-network interfaces with both China Telecom and China Unicom (News - Alert), offering IP VPN access in 200 cities.

Recently, Openmatics, a manufacturer-independent open telematics platform, signed a strategic partnership with Orange Business Services to offer telematics services for trucks and busses via a machine-to-machine (M2M) communication network at an international level.

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Edited by Brooke Neuman

 

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