July 25, 2016 3:28 PM ET

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Company Overview of Orange Holding S.A.

Company Overview

Orange Holding S.A. constructs, maintains, and operates equipment, product, or service in the field of mobile electronic communications. Orange Holding S.A. was formerly known as Orange S.A. The company is based in Paris, France. The company has operations in the United Kingdom, France, Switzerland, Romania, Denmark, Slovakia, Thailand, the Ivory Coast, the Dominican Republic, Cameroon, the Netherlands, Botswana, and Madagascar. Orange Holding S.A. operates as a subsidiary of Orange.

6, Place d'Alleray

Paris,  75015


30,722 Employees


33 1 44 44 22 22


33 1 44 44 00 96

Key Executives for Orange Holding S.A.

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Age: 55
Chairman of Orange France and Chief Executive Officer of Orange France
Age: 57
Head of Investor Relations and Senior Vice President
Age: 60
Executive Vice President of Human Resources
Executive Vice President of International
Age: 62
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Orange Holding S.A. Key Developments

MediaTek Inc. and Orange S.A. Announces New Collaboration to Market IoT Tailored Offerings Embedding Ready-To-Use Cellular Connectivity

MediaTek Inc. and Orange S.A. announced a new collaboration to market IoT tailored offerings embedding ready-to-use cellular connectivity to address the growing industrial demand for connected objects. The agreement will address professional developers and manufacturers of IoT devices including consumer electronics products. The 'IoT Booster Programme' aims to market a family of MediaTek chipsets with an Orange SIM Card or integrated with the Orange SIM Card in partner's modules. The offering will include the price of connectivity structured for IoT needs. This ready-to-use IoT offer allows professional developers to accelerate deployment of their connected objects onto the cellular network by removing the need to seek out complex arrangements for chipset and connectivity separately. The IoT Booster Programme is suitable for any large scale industrials looking to simplify their connectivity, as well as for start-ups seeking ‘out of the box’ IoT connectivity for their product line. Cellular connectivity of these chipsets are designed for longevity, with up to 5 years included at a fixed price. This collaboration by MediaTek and Orange aims to help electronic manufacturers easily bring more connected objects to market. The programme is expected to be enriched progressively with value added services such as geo-location, device management, data management and other IoT innovative features. Connected objects using this new offer will operate seamlessly across the Orange network and all of its roaming partners in more than 200 countries. Professional developers and object makers can now design and produce-at a large scale – low power, miniaturized and cost effective devices able to connect indoor or outdoor without post-sale subscription efforts.

Orange Announces Executive Changes

Orange announced they will have new chief executive officers as of May 1. Liudmila Climoc is replacing Jean-Francois Fallacher as the new CEO of Orange Romania. Fallacher will pursue other career opportunities at Orange Poland. Climoc has served as Orange Moldova CEO since 2008. She will be replaced in Moldova by Julien Ducarroz, which has been the Chief Commercial Officer at Orange Romania for seven years. Climoc has an extensive experience in telecommunications, obtained over the 19 years she has worked in this industry.

Orange Expands Services for IoT Market

Orange is pursuing its IoT strategy with the planned rollout of a LoRa network in major French cities, a development kit for start-ups and industrial partners to prototype connected objects and LoRa services, and enriching its Datavenue platform for IoT and data projects. Announced in September, the planned LoRa network will be deployed gradually across France starting with 17 cities in the first quarter of 2016. In parallel, Orange and Ericsson will perform the first trial IoT using EC-GSM technology using 2G and LTE networks by the end of the year. Orange's IoT connectivity kit for LoRa can be used on networks the operator is currently trialling in Grenoble and on two sites in the Paris region. Originally open to start-ups, the Datavenue service platform now targets companies across all sectors. It has been enriched with new solutions and services and now features two complementary offerings, Live Objects for connected objects and Flexible Data for data analysis.

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