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|52 Week Range||14.84 - 18.30|
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Orange Business Services inaugurated its HR Innovation Lab yesterday during the Orange Business Summit, an annual customer event in Paris with more than 1,000 in attendance. The Lab is in line with its strong commitment to co-innovating with clients by harnessing technologies and human capabilities to support their specific business needs. This experimental think-tank’s mission is to bring together all the diversity of the HR ecosystem, from large to small businesses, self-employed professionals, start-ups and employees.
At the Orange Business Summit, which has brought together more than 1,000 enterprise-customers of Orange Business Services, Stéphane Richard, the Orange Group’s Chairman & CEO, presented Orange’s ambition and commitment to work with businesses to develop future uses of 5G. The event took place in the presence of Agnès Pannier-Runacher, Secretary of State to the Minister of the Economy and Finance, and Philippe Varin, President of France Industrie, who respectively underlined the challenges that 5G will represent for the competitiveness of France’s economy and its industry.
For the first time, two companies with French National Cybersecurity Agency (ANSSI) accreditation1 have established a strategic partnership to protect the security of Operators of Vital Importance (OIV) and Operators of Essential Services (OSE). Orange Cyberdefense, the French leader for cyber security in France, is integrating Trackwatch probes published by Gatewatcher into its monitoring services at the heart of its 10 Security Operations Centres (SOC) around the world. Already deployed to several Orange Cyberdefense customers, the Gatewatcher detection system can identify the most complex threats.
Polynt, a leading provider of chemical composites used in the production of plastics, paints, inks and adhesives, has signed a five-year contract with Orange Business Services for a global wide area network (WAN). The new infrastructure will help Polynt, based in Bergamo, Italy, drive innovation inside the organization and take full advantage of further digitalization. It will connect 44 sites in 15 countries across four continents, including North and Latin America, Europe and Asia.
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When Iliad entered the French market with its low-cost offering, it prompted the crippling price wars which are now weighing on all those firms’ profits. A reversal of that trend could help offset the pain of lost customers. It seems likely that those funds will be used to boost the company’s presence in Italy, where growth is faster than in France.
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Global engineering and infrastructure advisory company Aurecon has selected Orange Business Services, a leading global technology integrator, to manage its global communications infrastructure, including SD-WAN and cybersecurity services, across 60 sites in more than twenty countries. The future-proof Flexible SD-WAN service by Orange is a fully managed end-to-end solution which will offer substantial cost savings, while providing a four-fold increase in agile network capacity. The USD $25 million, five-year network transformation deal will not only increase the performance of Aurecon’s infrastructure, but also reduce complexity, strengthen application performance and improve agility.
PARIS, Feb. 21, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Orange, one of the world's leading telecommunications operators, has just published its results for fiscal year 2018. Orange is one of the world's leading telecommunications operators with sales of 41 billion euros in 2017 and 150,000 employees worldwide at 30 September 2018, including 92,000 employees in France. The Group has a total customer base of 261 million customers worldwide at 30 September 2018, including 201 million mobile customers and 20 million fixed broadband customers.
Telefonica, long the poor relation among the former national carriers, provided the only bright spot, forecasting growing profit and sales this year where analysts had expected stagnation and a decline respectively. Were it not for Britain’s planned departure from the European Union, Telefonica would have likely carried out an initial public offering of its U.K. business O2 at some stage over the past two years, reducing its contribution to earnings.
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French mobile network operator Orange SA has bought U.K. cybersecurity company SecureData Ltd. in a deal valued at around £120 million ($157 million), according to people familiar with the matter. Orange announced the deal on Friday. The transaction underscores the continuing appetite for U.K. assets from overseas acquirers, despite the uncertainty surrounding the U.K.’s impending exit from the European Union.
Orange announces the acquisition of 100% of SecureData Group, and its consulting subsidiary SensePost. SecureData is the largest independent cybersecurity service provider in the UK, the largest market in Europe. This acquisition is yet another step toward establishing Orange’s position as a leading player in the European cybersecurity market.
Hélène Auriol Potier has been appointed Executive Vice President, International at Orange Business Services. This has also been driven by key acquisitions in the industry, including Basefarm, and the opening of new data centers in Amsterdam and Atlanta.
Weener Plastics, a global supplier of innovative and value-added packaging solutions, has signed a five-year, managed SD-WAN agreement with Orange Business Services to support its global expansion. Rolling out Flexible SD-WAN across 24 sites in Europe, Asia and Latin America, Weener Plastics will increase agility and flexibility in its organization, as well as improve internal communication.
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Huawei is facing increasing pressure across the European Union amid growing concerns that Beijing could use the company’s equipment for spying, something executives have denied. U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration has been pushing European allies to block Huawei from telecom networks amid a wider dispute over trade with China.
Huawei's sales director and an ex-security agent were arrested on Tuesday, charged with espionage, according to Poland's TVP. "Huawei is aware of the situation, and we are looking into it," a company spokesperson said. The news is likely to be another headache for Huawei, which has become enshrouded in controversy following the arrest of CFO Meng Wanzhou.
Samsung (SSNLF) wants to capture 20% of the global market for telecom equipment by 2020, the Korea Herald reported last year, citing Samsung’s head of network business, Kim Young-ki.
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Fully dedicated to developing innovative and largely digital services, Nova Veolia and its subsidiary Birdz, a pioneer in the remote metering of energy consumption for Smart Cities, have chosen Orange Business Services to help them digitalize Veolia’s water-related services in France. Veolia’s IoT expert Birdz collects millions of data items daily via its intelligent water meters to help its clients (local communities, manufacturers, third parties and retail customers) reduce their energy bills and improve their services.