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Company Overview of Orange Business Services SAS
Orange Business Services SAS provides telecommunications and information technology (IT) services to multinational companies, local government bodies, and public sector organizations in France and internationally. The company offers B2B solutions, including big data and analytics, cloud computing, audio/video and Web conferencing, customer contact, machine to machine (M2M), mobility management, network performance, security, unified communications, voice and telephony, workspaces, and Ethernet services. It also provides access, control, and security services for mobile devices; professional services, including consulting, project and program management, service management, and operational se...
1 Place des Droits de l’Homme
La Plaine Saint-Denis
Founded in 2006
Key Executives for Orange Business Services SAS
Chairman of Orange, Chief Executive Officer of Orange and Chief Executive Officer of France Telecom
Chief Executive Officer - India
Chief Executive Officer of Russian Branch
Executive Vice President of French Major Accounts
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.
Orange Business Services SAS Key Developments
Orange Business Services Signs Smart City Consulting Agreement with Jeddah Economic Company
Mar 7 18
Orange Business Services has signed a smart city consulting agreement with Jeddah Economic Company. The tower, which is over 1km tall, will be situated at the 5.3 million square meter Jeddah Economic City Project. Orange will create a blueprint for the ICT infrastructure of the tower, from the plan and design, to the build and run phases. Jeddah Economic City is located between the two Holy Cities of Makkah and Madinah on the Red Sea coast in Saudi Arabia. It aims to become the sustainable new northern district of the city of Jeddah and the focus of economic growth along the coast. JEC will be a destination for business, residences of different types, tourism, leisure, entertainment, retail, medical centers and government offices and services, and will become the new 'downtown' of uptown Jeddah.
Orange Business Services Advances Enterprise IoT with LTE-M Network and Devices
Oct 3 17
Orange Business Services has accelerated its LTE-M strategy to support the development of internet of things (IoT) solutions for the enterprise market. Orange has launched several LTE-M field trials: In Spain, Orange has started several tests with strategic customers and device manufacturers in an open ecosystem of participation. The trials cover different sectors and applications, including smart utility, smart cities and facility management; In Belgium, Orange is preparing the opening of an LTE IoT City in Antwerp, open for customer pilots in the fourth quarter of 2017; and In France, Orange is planning internal trials on both technical and usage aspects starting in the fourth quarter of 2017. All of these trials are being carried out ahead of the LTE-M network launch in 2018. The availability of LTE-M is part of the Group’s dedicated program to support connected object and module makers. Orange welcomes object makers in its “Open IoT Lab” (compliant with GSMA) located at Orange Gardens. At this innovation site, the Group provides technical resources and expert support. The availability of three LTE-M devices marks a new milestone in Orange’s continuous commitment to boost the IoT ecosystem. The first equipment Orange has tested on its LTE-M network includes: rugged products designed to be used in asset tracking and Industry 4.0 use cases; a GPS personal tracker with a waterproof casing that is targeted at lone worker applications; and a small GPS tracker developed for tracking valuable items. The first samples of these products are now available for testing in customer pilots. LTE-M is an evolution of the LTE (or 4G) mobile network, which is designed to meet the lower consumption required by IoT applications. The network will be integrated into the Orange IoT strategy through the Datavenue IoT and Data Analytics offer. It will enrich the connectivity solutions, such as LoRa®, 2G/3G/4G and Wi-Fi, which connects objects securely. The LTE-M tested modules also enhance the Datavenue connected device catalog, which now has 80 objects.
Orange Business Services Collaborates with Microsoft to Deliver IoT Solutions That Boost Industrial Performance
Sep 29 17
Orange Business Services and Microsoft are collaborating to deliver large-scale, end-to-end Internet of Things solutions that boost the digital processes of companies in the manufacturing sector. Enterprises can use the Orange modular IoT solution, Datavenue, strengthened by Microsoft Azure IoT Suite, to transition to Industry 4.0 and optimize the entire manufacturing value chain. Through this collaboration, companies can take advantage of the combined expertise of Orange and Microsoft regarding data protection, as well as device and data management. This includes the opportunity to leverage Orange Business Services’ many IoT connectivity options, in particular LoRa. Use cases range from supply chain and smart inventory management to digital operations, such as predictive maintenance, employee safety and facility and equipment management.
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