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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...
PCCW Global has announced plans to extend its support to NGO Télécoms Sans Frontiéres (TSF) for the next three years.
The Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) has revealed 14 additional members since January this year as it moves to progress the development of Carrier Wifi worldwide.
Australian carrier Telstra has launched a global cloud based unified communications service to enable business to collaborate in real time across the globe.
Eric Cevis, Verizon’s new president of global wholesale, has been tasked with leading the struggling segment back to growth. Is he up to the challenge?
Cable operator Liberty Global has reportedly offered to sell off its pay-TV channel Film1 as part of its concessions to gain approval in its bid to acquire Dutch player Ziggo.
Reliance Globalcom made its intentions clear by rebranding to Global Cloud Xchange. CEO Bill Barney explains how cloud can help carriers capture the next generation of OTT players.