Telecom Asia — BT, Orange, Singtel and AT&T are the “leaders” of the next-generation telecoms service providers in Asia Pacific, but there are plenty of challengers in the market. This is according to an annual report by research firm IDC which also said these service providers “demonstrated a strong regional network presence, diverse portfolio of public, private, and hybrid cloud services, comprehensive suite of managed services offerings in the region, as well as a large base of mid and large-sized enterprises, multinational corporations (MNCs), and government clients across Asia Pacific.”
SCMP — Orange Business Services, the technology consulting arm of French multinational communications firm Orange, predicts a robust cloud computing market in Hong Kong as more mainland Chinese companies expand their business overseas. “Hong Kong is the springboard for many Chinese companies going international, and we believe that our activity here is critical to supporting their expansion plans,” said Helmut Reisinger, the executive vice-president for international operations at Orange Business Services.
Trade Arabia — Orange Business Services, an IT solutions integrator and applications developer, has entered into an agreement with Tata Communications to expand its network footprint in India. The Network-to-Network Interconnect (NNI) agreement is part of a strategic partnership between the two companies and will increase Orange domestic coverage ten-fold to over 120 cities to meet customer demand, said a statement.
Business Wire — PARIS & NEW DELHI: Orange Business Services today announced that it has entered into an agreement with Tata Communications to expand its network footprint in India. The Network-to-Network Interconnect (NNI) agreement is part of a strategic partnership between the two companies and will increase Orange domestic coverage ten-fold to over 120 cities to meet customer demand.
Companies and Markets — France Telecom’s Orange Business Services has announced that it will extend its footprint in the Hong Kong market, offering its corporate customers new cloud services brokerage services and a opening a new local data centres. Orange Business Services already has two other data centres in the region, namely in Singapore and Australia, part of the company’s global network of 20 cloud-ready data hubs.
The Whir — Orange Business Services has expanded its Asia Pacific presence, launching its public cloud offering called Flexible Computing Advanced in the region through data center nodes in Hong Kong, Singapore and Sydney. The next-generation service is aimed at companies who have data centers and network requirements across several countries, the company said. Flexible Computing Advanced allows enterprises to build a Virtual Data Center with scalable resources.
HONG KONG & PARIS – Orange Business Services today announced the expansion and availability in Asia Pacific of their next-generation Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) cloud offering called Flexible Computing Advanced. The service is targeted at large multinational companies who have multiple data center and network requirements across many countries. By standardizing and consolidating customer cloud infrastructure onto a globally consistent and reliable virtual private cloud, Flexible Computing Advanced enables customers to achieve greater savings on total cost of ownership.