Orange and Alcatel-Lucent form IP delivery alliance

Orange Business Services and Alcatel-Lucent have announced a global alliance for delivering IP-based communications systems to enterprises.

Orange Business Services and Alcatel-Lucent have announced a global alliance for delivering IP-based communications systems to enterprises.

Orange and Alcatel-Lucent will provide enterprises with a comprehensive set of end-to-end business critical solutions, supported from design to global implementation.

Key services that the alliance will focus on include business telephony services, IP VPNs, fixed-mobile convergence solutions, unified communication software applications, and contact centres with multimedia traffic processing.

Customers of Orange will have the choice to deploy end-to-end Alcatel-Lucent technologies as either a traditional network that is owned and operated by the enterprise, or as part of a managed communications services model, where the technologies are owned and managed by Orange as part of a comprehensive service offering.

Alcatel and Lucent completed their multibillion-pound merger last year.

Orange to offer ITIL-compliant business services

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