Orange Business Services, the enterprise communications arm of France Telecom, has received the licence from the Department of Telecommunications, India, to provide national and international long-distance telecommunications services across the country. This license will enable Orange Business Services to expand its operations in the country by enabling it to provide long-distance network and network-related services to businesses.
The company will be immediately rolling out services through its JV partner Equant Network Services, India. This will enable the company to offer services directly to multi-site corporate customers in the Indian as well as the international market. Orange Business Services plans to offer a variety of connectivity and network-related services in India including Internet Protocol Virtual Private Network (IP VPN), Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS), network-related managed services and adaptive network solutions for enterprises.
According to Sanjay Vig, CEO, Orange Business Services, India, "We have taken some important steps to accelerate growth in India and the license win will significantly increase our business growth in the country. More importantly, we will now be able to serve our global and Indian customers more effectively".
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Updated Date: Jan 31, 2017 01:43:56 IST