Telco provider, Telstra, was one of the main winners of analyst firm Frost & Sullivan’s sixth annual excellence awards held in Sydney during October.
The company walked away with five awards including hosted contact centre service provider and broadband provider of the year.
A total of 18 awards were handed out in three categories, security and infrastructure, enterprise communications, and telecommunications.
Each recipient was selected based on market performance, revenue growth, and service innovation displayed during 2011.
Frost & Sullivan ANZ managing director, Mark Dougan, said in a statement that each company operated in “highly competitive segments” but had succeeded in maintaining market leadership.
The winners were:
Security and Infrastructure
Uninterruptible power supply (UPS) vendor of the year: APC by Schneider Electric
UPS service provider: Emerson Network Power
Secure content management: Websense
Network security: Juniper
Data centre services: Equinix
Security as a service: Symantec
Infrastructure as a service: Amazon Web Services
Software as a service: Salesforce.com
Enterprise video: Cisco Systems
Contact centre applications: Genesys
Hosted contact centre service: Telstra
Application networking: Riverbed
Unified communications: Cisco Systems
Managed security services: Verizon Business
Data communications: Telstra
Broadband service provider: Telstra
Mobile service: Telstra
Service provider of the year: Telstra
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