Colt, the leading information delivery platform in Europe, has received the largest Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) award, the “EMEA Service Provider of the Year” award presented at the World Congress on Ethernet for Operators. Colt has also received the “Best Ethernet Service Provider” award, confirming Colt’s leadership in Ethernet services and the strength of its innovative Ethernet service offering. This is the seventh consecutive year that Colt wins a MEF award, an achievement unprecedented in these prestigious awards in the sector. Colt has outperformed service providers across Europe and has won these awards thanks to its extensive Ethernet services offering flexible and scalable solutions to support growing bandwidth and meet the demands of business flexibility European countries. These awards are the result of new advances in Colt’s Ethernet capabilities: automated support tools and greater geographic coverage. Colt’s Ethernet services now include more hybrid and holistic network capabilities, thanks to its managed network solution and the deployment of a seamless combination of Colt’s E-PN (Ethernet Private Network) and IP VPN services. At the same time, Colt has improved the automation of provisioning and provision of Ethernet services through, for example, further development of its order management tools and prices in the on-line self-service portal for wholesalers . These tools quickly show the availability of services in the desired locations, in addition to the prices and information of the GNS. In this way, Colt customers can enjoy faster processes of presales, decision making and order management. Colt has also expanded the availability and coverage of its Ethernet services thanks to its recent addition to the Equinix Carrier Ethernet Exchange, an Ethernet exchange program for operators. This service complements the multiple E-NNI interconnections with certain partners, allowing customers to have greater access to their Ethernet services across Europe. Colt has also expanded coverage of its integrated network and computing services in urban areas thanks to the implementation of Ethernet in the first mile (EFM) in 12 countries, offering small and medium-sized businesses as well as branch offices a perfect complement To traditional or optical fiber ADSL with a bandwidth of up to 40 Mbps. Colt’s technology services director, Luke Broome, commented: “We are very proud that we recognize our efforts to deliver innovative Ethernet services across Europe. A solid Ethernet service is vital to the development of our information delivery platform for European companies, also helps us to build and develop integrated network and IT solutions. ” Source: Colt NEWS
From NETWORKIA we congratulate our technology supplier for this new award!