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orange s.a. (FTE) Details

Orange provides a range of fixed telephony and mobile telecommunications, data transmission, and other value-added services to consumers, businesses, and other telecommunications operators worldwide. The company offers mobile, fixed-line, and carrier services; sells mobile devices and accessories; and sells and rents fixed-line equipment. It also provides legacy and mature network services; platform services comprising customer relationship management, messaging, hosting, cloud computing, and machine-to-machine services; and collaborative services, as well as sells equipment associated with integration services. In addition, the company provides growing network services that include VoIP, image and videoconferencing, satellite access infrastructures, WiFi, and fiber optics; and international carriers and shared services. It offers its products and services under the Orange brand. The company was formerly known as France Telecom and changed its name to Orange in July 2013. Orange was founded in 1990 and is headquartered in Paris, France.

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orange s.a. (FTE) Top Compensated Officers

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Total Annual Compensation: €1.3M
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Total Annual Compensation: €1.1M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

orange s.a. (FTE) Key Developments

Orange Announces Executive Changes

Orange has appointed Cyril Luneau as group director of local authorities relations, succeeding Bruno Janet, recently named as advisor to the CEO in charge of mobile 'not spot' coverage and fixed network quality. Luneau was SFR's group director for local authorities and president of SFR Collectivites. He previously held several management functions at Neuf Cegetel.

Orange Announces the Connection of Benin and the Canary Islands to the ACE Submarine Cable Africa Coast to Europe

Orange, together with the other members of the ACE consortium, announced the launch of the ACE cable in Cotonou, Benin and Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain. The connection of these two stations is part of the second phase of deployment of the ACE submarine cable, which now serves 18 countries: France, Portugal, the Canary Islands (Spain), Mauritania, Senegal, Gambia, Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Côte d’Ivoire, Benin, Ghana, Nigeria, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, and São Tomé and Príncipe. Two landlocked countries, Mali and Niger, are connected via a terrestrial extension. The ACE cable, which expands broadband internet access in Africa and provides additional capacity to existing national networks, will cover 17,000 kilometres and will be extended to South Africa by the end of the second phase. Branches are planned in order to connect Cameroon, as this country has just signed the agreement that formalizes its entry into the ACE consortium, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Angola and Namibia.

Coriant and Orange Set World Records for Optical Transmission Capacity and Distance Using Modulation Technology in Multi-Terabit Field Trial

Coriant and Orange announced the completion of a multi-terabit field trial showcasing the latest advances in ultra-high-capacity optical communications technologies. In this field trial, advanced technology researchers from Coriant and Orange successfully demonstrated the high C-band transmission capacity using 16QAM (24 Tbps) and 64QAM (38.4 Tbps) modulation formats in a live networking environment. The companies also achieved a transmission reach of 762 kilometers using 32QAM modulation (32 Tbps) and 64QAM (38.4Tbps) in the same live environment, more than twice the distance of any previous field records for 32QAM, and the first ever regional transmission for 64QAM. These achievements represent an important milestone in the research and development of highly scalable, spectrally-efficient optical networking technologies optimized for future network growth. The field trial, part of an ongoing technology collaboration, was conducted across a live G.652 fiber link in the Orange transport infrastructure connecting the cities of Lyon and Marseille in France. Surpassing previous industry records, the error-free super-channel transmission speeds and distances were achieved using advanced high-order modulation techniques, next-generation Digital Signal Processing (DSP) algorithms and Forward Error Correction (FEC) codes developed by Coriant, advanced optical system features, and Coriant's next-generation flexi-rate prototype technologies. Spectral efficiencies achieved during the field trial for the 24 Tbps (24x1Tbps/PM-16QAM), 32 Tbps (32x1Tbps/PM-32QAM), and 38.4 Tbps (32x1.2Tbps/PM-64QAM) super-channels were 5 bits/second/Hertz (b/s/Hz), 6.67 b/s/Hz, and 8 b/s/Hz respectively. The trial, which took place in May, also marked the first ever demonstration of terabit super-channel transmission across a live network in France, as well as the first ever field demonstration of full flexi-rate and flexi-grid transmission ranging from QPSK to 64QAM. Throughout the course of the field trial, Coriant, Orange and others worked closely to successfully implement a wide variety of test scenarios aligned to current and future optical transmission applications. These test scenarios included a mix of transmission speeds and modulation formats such as QPSK, 8QAM, 16QAM, 32QAM, and 64QAM. The flexi-rate applications demonstrated during the field trial were enabled by commercially-viable prototype technologies and Coriant CloudWave Optics, a versatile suite of software-programmable photonic layer technologies that brings a new level of flexibility, efficiency, and scalability to next-generation optical transmission networks.

 

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