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23 November 2011
We celebrated a year of successes and achievements in wholesale telecoms last night, as Capacity presented its 2011 Awards at Capacity Europe.
The fog in Amsterdam may have
tried to dampen the proceedings, but the brightness of the
wholesale telecoms industry shone out last night, at the 2011
There were 11 awards celebrating innovation, vision and
excellence across the global and regional wholesale industry.
The battle to win was, as always, hard fought and generated
plenty of lively debate from our judging panel, which consisted
of the senior editorial team of Capacity magazine and
a panel of telecoms analysts and industry experts.
The awards were sponsored by DE-CIX and details of the
shortlist for each category are listed below:
Best pan-European wholesale offering:
TeliaSonera won for its extensive network reach and the
quality of service...
A summary of the week’s biggest telecoms news stories.
Tata Communications has today launched a global network platform for enhanced hybrid cloud enablement, in attempt to simplify the challenges and complications of the cloud.
With just over a week to go until the Global Carrier Awards 2014 ceremony, Capacity has revealed the shortlist for the executive of the year category.
PCCW Global has acquired European security-as-a-service solutions provider Crypteia Networks, in a bid to defend its customers against new-age security breaches.
Global internet backbone provider Hurricane Electric is to extend its IPv4 and IPv6 networks to Equinix’s data centres in Asia and Europe.
Australian network service provider Megaport has formally announced plans to expand internationally over the next 18 months, as it seeks a presence in markets in Asia, Europe and North America.