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Issue 10 I October 2013

Carrier Community e-magazine Wholesales Industry & Community News

Editorial Wida Schmidt

CEO at Carrier Community

Dear Readers, I am delighted to announce the October 2014 e-magazine edition which captures information about our 2014 annual club’s GCCM events, member carriers’ company press releases. In addition we have outlined some industry latest news and new carrier members joining the platform.

Annual 2014 GCCM

In our October e-magazine issue we have included our club’s press release which highlights our GCCM 2014 expansion plan in the new regions such as Middle East (Dubai 2014 GCCM) and to reach our members in CIS, C. & E. Europe as well as Scandinavia – we introduced our 1st edition – Berlin 2014 GCCM. At each 2014 GCCM, we expect 350+ carrier member executives representing. 15% of the attendees’ members represent C-Level, followed by 35% VP and 50% Director and Manager levels. We are honoured and proud to announce our official GCCM 2014 Sponsors confirmed till date: Carrier member companies - StarHub, Blueberry Telecom, Synectiv, Manor, BT (GTM), FL-Connect Voice, LANCK Telecom, Epsilon Telecommunications, Xperttel, ; Vendor Sponsor Partners- Digitalk, Voxvalley Technologies. In the next pages and on our newly launched GCCM website:, we have highlighted further details about our sponsors and GCCM 2014 club’s annual events.

Industry press releases

In our October edition we have included two industry important press releases provided by Viatel and PCCW Global. The Viatel press release outlines its re-launch in the enterprise market following acquisition by the Digiweb Group Company; the re-launch amid economic recession proves Irish and European business success story. The PCCW Global press release informs us about how PCCW Global and PLDT ALPHA Enterprise enhance their network footprint. For further information please view the full article in the next pages.

Industry news

Once again, we have picked up a few telecom related industry news and news in brief to keep our members informed about the latest news happening in our industry.

Members joined in October 2013

New members are joining our club every month. This month once again we have included the company names recently joined. To view their names and contact them, please view our last page or visit our exclusive Global Member Online Directory with over 2600 members from 1200+ carrier wholesale companies in 120+ countries. If you are a telecom operator, you can apply for FREE membership, please register on Our members feedback and comments are very important for us so please write to us so that we can further improve the services and grow this exclusive and global club. Once again THANK YOU for all your support and trust.

Wida Schmidt, CEO

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GCCM 2014 Events Release

Carrier Community Expands Its 2014 Annual Club’s Global Meetings (GCCM) Global Carrier Community Meetings (GCCM) will bring together the wholesale telecoms community across three global telecoms key hubs Sarnen, Switzerland – November 4th, 2013

Carrier Community, an exclusive global wholesale carrier club for mobile, voice, data, SMS, VAS, telehouse, datacenter, has expanded its 2014 event’s schedule to include Global Carrier Community Meetings (GCCM) in Dubai, London, Singapore, Berlin. With the success of its flagship annual club’s event in London, now its 8th year, as well as its Singapore event, in its 4th year, Carrier Community has added Dubai and Berlin events to serve growing demand in the Middle East & Africa and Scandinavia, C. as well as Eastern Europe. Global Carrier Community Meetings bring together carrier wholesale executives from voice, data, mobile, sms, telehouse and other diverse range of operators representing the largest Tier 1 global carriers to Tier 3 regional players. It is an opportunity to meet, do real business and grow relationships across the global carrier community in an exclusive and private atmosphere. Upcoming club’s annual GCCM events include: • GCCM Dubai 2014 GCCM (1st edition) – 3rd and 4th March 2014 • GCCM London 2014 GCCM (8th edition) – 1st and 2nd April 2014 • GCCM Singapore 2014 GCCM (4th edition) - 16th & 17th June 2014 • GCCM Berlin 2014 (1st edition) – TBC September 2014 Each event host more than 300 carrier executives representing 120+ operators around the globe. Carrier Community offers meeting rooms, exhibitor space and event sponsorship opportunities to participating carriers. “The carrier community club’s members has asked us to deliver more events in more regions as a way for them to meet in a private atmosphere, interconnect, sign bilateral agreements and build lasting relationships. They want an uncluttered and exclusive forum where they can focus on developing their businesses while networking with their peers only and that is what we deliver,” says Wida Schmidt, CEO at Carrier Community. “We focus on creating annual club’s events specifically for our carrier members and we are excited to see our reach expand to Dubai and Berlin this year.” Sponsorship opportunities and registration are still available. Please contact the Carrier Community Event team for more information at or visit: Carrier Community GmbH T: +41 (0) 31 544 21 31// F: +41 (0) 31 560 40 90//Marktstrasse 10, 6060 Sarnen, Switzerland//


Press Release Viatel to relaunch in the enterprise market following acquisition by the Digiweb Group Company relaunch amid economic recession proves Irish and European business success story 10th October, 2013 – Source: Viatel Company

Viatel, the pan-European full-service telecommunications provider, has today announced the details of its brand relaunch, including its return to the enterprise market, enhanced financial resources and changes to its management team. Having previously been trading under the VTL Wavenet brand, exclusively within the wholesale market, Viatel will now offer an extended range of telecommunications services as part of its recent acquisition by the Dublin-based Digiweb Group. From 1st October 2013, the expanded Digiweb Group will operate under two separate brand identities in order to serve its distinct and dedicated customer groups. Business customers including enterprise, government and wholesale businesses globally,will be served under the relaunched Viatel brand while consumer, residential and Small Business customers (predominantly in Ireland and Belgium) will be served under the Digiweb brand. “Despite the current economic climate, there’s great cause for optimism in the telecommunications industry. Viatel’s relaunch proves as much,” said Digiweb Group CEO, Colm Piercy. “Tales of doom and gloom fill the business pages today and more success stories like Viatel’s are needed to change this narrative.” Viatel is one of Europe’s largest network owners and provides high capacity, low latency and cost effective communications solutions for some of the largest telecommunications, financial and corporate blue-chip companies throughout the continent. Viatel’s management structure has always been designed to give customers direct access to the executive level and it provides extensive support for its customers’ business requirements. This kind of responsiveness sets it apart from its competitors and this will continue to be the case following the relaunch. Existing customers should experience minimal disruption to everyday operations with no changes in the way that they receive services, no change to customers’ current project managers and no changes to the way their services are currently supported. There will, however, be a number of positive changes as part of the relaunch, as a means of harnessing the strengths and capabilities of both Digiweb and Viatel. • Extra financial resources – With revenues of $78 million, the Digiweb Group generates operating profits exceeding $10 million annually. Backed by Morgan Stanley, a 33% shareholder in the Digiweb Group, Viatel’s financial resources have received a significant boost as part of the acquisition and subsequent relaunch • New executive team / retention of key senior figures – The Digiweb Group has a combined workforce of 200 and, since the acquisition, Viatel has seen the arrival of a number of accomplished senior figures. The likes of Colm Piercy, Digiweb Group CEO, will be lending his vast experience to the Viatel business and outgoing Viatel CEO, Lucy Woods – who was integral to the success of VTLWaveNet – has taken a new position on the Digiweb Group board of directors •New enterprise services – Having previously sold exclusively to wholesale markets, Viatel will also now service larger enterprise customers, where it expects a substantial uptake of its services. Viatel predicts an explosion in high bandwidth connectivity demand within the European enterprise market and the relaunch puts it in an ideal position to take advantage of this trend. Viatel’s business and wholesale services now include high capacity-low latency bandwidth, colocation, fully managed voice, wavelength, dark fibre, VPN, metro Ethernet, MPLS, VPLS and disaster recovery connectivity .

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Press Release In addition to these key changes, Viatel is now extending its services to Ireland, with the majority of Digiweb enterprise customers transferring to Viatel with immediate effect. This allows these customers to benefit from the industry leading services available from Viatel and its pan-European network reach. Furthermore, this will also give Viatel access to the many global brands based in or operating from Ireland. Including Ireland, Viatel now has over 8,500km of wholly owned fibre infrastructure spanning eight countries and 35 cities, and connecting over 120 european data centres.1 “The enterprise telecoms market in Europe is in a constant state of change,” adds Piercy. “Never has there been a better time for a company like Viatel to enter into this market and we are excited about the possibilities it holds. Digital trends such as cloud computing show no signs of slowing and businesses have never been more dependent on their networks. This is not unique to one particular country or region either, we see the appeal of Viatel’s industry leading enterprise services spreading right across our European network and to a whole range of different industries and businesses. “The relaunch is also terrific news for our existing customers and shareholders. This new combination of products, skills and expertise should prove a winning formula. It gives Viatel great opportunities to expand and add value, but also allows us to enhance the services our customers depend on us for. Notes for editors Colm Piercy, Digiweb Group CEO, is available for interview to discuss the relaunch and Digiweb acquisition. To set up an interview, please get in touch with Mike Marquiss or Flora Haslam whose contact details are below. About Viatel Viatel, part of the Digiweb Group, provides Connectivity and ICT solutions tailored specifically for larger enterprise, public sector, wholesale and carrier customers across Europe. Viatel leverages an extensive portfolio of leading voice, cloud, managed services and data solutions with its wholly owned European fibre and data centre infrastructure. It’s advanced fibre optic backbone network connects 8 countries, 35 main cities, over 120 european data centres, and has metro fibre reach into the major carrier houses, data centres and the main Internet Exchanges. With data centres in Dublin, London, Amsterdam, Paris and Brussels, Viatel also owns over 8,500km of fibre network infrastructure which it has equipped with high capacity optical DWDM technology and multi service platforms. Viatel is a preferred connectivity partner of London Stock Exchange, and is directly connected to the largest content distribution networks, public cloud platforms, and internet companies globally. 1 Viatel has operations in the United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland and Italy. See its full European network map and metro networks here map/ Carrier Community GmbH T: +41 (0) 31 544 21 31// F: +41 (0) 31 560 40 90//Marktstrasse 10, 6060 Sarnen, Switzerland//


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PCCW Global and PLDT ALPHA Enterprise enhance network footprint HKT (SEHK:6823) – Hong Kong/ Cebu, Philippines – October 18, 2013 Source:

PCCW Global, the international operating division of HKT, Hong Kong’s premier telecommunications service provider, and PLDT ALPHA Enterprise, the corporate division of PLDT, the largest telecommunications company in the Philippines, have signed an international IP VPN Network-to-Network Interconnection (IP VPN NNI) agreement to jointly provide IP VPN services to customers around the world. With the IP VPN NNI, PLDT is set to expand its network footprint across the globe, reaching further destinations in delivering world class international IP VPN service. It will also ease the burden of longer lead time in setting up traditional connectivity, allowing PLDT to be even more responsive to the needs of customers in today’s rapidly changing and challenging market. The IP VPN NNI also complements PLDT’s domestic infrastructure – the telco’s superior and rock solid foundation – as well as its market leading portfolio of services. This collaboration will enhance PCCW Global’s local coverage in the Philippines to meet the increasing demands for high quality end-to-end managed solutions. PCCW Global is able to provide integrated global communications solutions to over 3,000 cities in over 130 countries in the world. Mr. Stephen Pang, PCCW Global's Senior Vice President, Asia & CIS, said, “PCCW Global is always looking to strengthen our international presence and to provide our customers with the most comprehensive local coverage. The collaboration with PLDT, a prominent player in Asia, allows us to create more flexibility in offering solutions to the South Asian market and all around the world.” Mr. Jovy Hernandez, PLDT’s First Vice President and Head of PLDT ALPHA Enterprise, said, “We at PLDT ALPHA Enterprise are looking forward to strengthening our tie-up with PCCW Global. With this partnership, we have bridged the gap between our unparalleled domestic capabilities and their strong presence in the region including other hard-to-reach international destinations. This power of two is now ready to stride the market as it happens and where it happens.” About PCCW Global PCCW Global is the international operating division of HKT,

Hong Kong's premier telecommunications service provider, which is majority-owned by PCCW Limited. Covering more than 3,000 cities and 130 countries, the PCCW Global network supports a portfolio of integrated global communications solutions which include Ethernet solutions, IP solutions, fiber and satellite transmission solutions, managed services and solutions, international voice and VoIPX services. PCCW Global maintains regional centers in Hong Kong, Herndon, Virginia in the US, Paris in France, London in the United Kingdom, Gosselies in Belgium, Johannesburg in South Africa, Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, Beijing in China, Tokyo in Japan, Seoul in Korea, Singapore, while our team maintains presence in the Middle East, Africa, Europe, Asia and the Americas. About HKT HKT (SEHK: 6823) is Hong Kong's premier telecommunications service provider. It meets the needs of the Hong Kong public and local and international businesses with a wide range of services including local telephony, local data and broadband, international telecommunications, mobile, and other telecommunications businesses such as customer premises equipment sale, outsourcing, consulting, and contact centers. Together with the highly successful media business of its parent company, PCCW Limited, HKT offers innovative media content and services across the PCCW Group’s unique quadrupleplay platforms – fixed-line, broadband Internet access, TV and mobile. About PLDT PLDT is the leading telecommunications service provider in the Philippines. Through its four business segments – wireless, fixed line as well as business process outsourcing (BPO) and others – PLDT offers the largest and most diversified range of telecommunications services across the Philippines’ most extensive fiber optic backbone and wireless, fixed line, broadband and satellite networks. PLDT is listed on the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE:TEL) and its American Depositary Shares are listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE:PHI). In 2012, PLDT was one of the largest Philippine-listed companies in terms of market capitalization.

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has established a direct connection to the West Africa Cable System (WACS) at Kinshasa, providing the first ever direct international undersea cable access to the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). PCCW Global is using this direct connectivity to help international telecommunications operators and multinational enterprises to better connect with the DRC while enabling local operators and businesses to connect around the globe. This direct ultra-high capacity fibre connectivity will improve the reliability of telecommunications services within the country and also reduce international network latency.

has acquired Virtela Technology Services, a global managed and cloud network services company, for a total transaction price of approximately $525 million in cash. Virtela, a 400-employee company headquartered in Denver, Colorado with global operations and delivery centres in the US, India and the Philippines, serves more than 500 customers worldwide, including multinational companies.

a cloud voice platform provider, has established presence in Miami’s Verizon Terremark NAP of Americas and Singapore’s Telehouse data centres, bringing its Carrier and Consumer Cloud offerings closer to its customers. The development of regional DIGITALK data centre hubs around the world gives customers local connectivity and routing that optimizes service quality by serving their needs as close to the point of demand as possible.

a Brazilian operator, has selected Nokia Solutions and Networks to supply the infrastructure for its LTE (network. NSN will also upgrade the operator’s GSM and 3G networks across the country. Subscribers can look forward to a host of high-speed mobile broadband services. Under the contract, NSN will transform Oi Brasil’s network in several regions to a Single RAN (Single Radio Access Network) system based on its Flexi Multiradio 10 Base Station for GSM, 3G and LTE.

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has appointed Yannick Decaux as country manager for South Africa and sales director for Sub-Saharan Africa. He will be based in Johannesburg and is charged with driving the next phase of the company’s growth strategy within the SubSaharan region. He will also serve as director of the Board of Orange Business South Africa.

have signed an agreement to interconnect their IPX (IPExchange) communities. The interconnection between Tata Communications and PCCW Global is based on Tata Communications’ IPX+ connectivity platform. PCCW Global provides IPX and VoIPX to over 130 countries, making PCCW Global one of the largest IPX providers.

has launched an 8,700 kilometre long main fibre-optic trunk network DREAM. The network will be the optimal route for high-speed data transmission by connecting Europe and Asia. The network extends through Kazakhstan, Russia, Ukraine, Slovakia, Austria, Germany, and was created in cooperation with Kazakhtelecom and Interoute.

A privately owned global communications service provider, and Yatanarpon Teleport (YTP), a provider of telecoms services in Myanmar, have agreed to work together to deliver local data access services in the country. This agreement will provide data services to commercial buildings within Myanmar and deliver international connectivity for local organizations and global enterprises.

Alcatel-Lucent Alcatel-Lucent and G-Mobile, one of Mongolia’s leading service providers, are to deploy small cell base stations to improve 3G mobile broadband coverage in densely populated areas such as shopping malls and stadiums in the capital city of Ulaanbaatar. The city, which

Africa According to data from TeleGeography’s Global Bandwidth Forecast Service, Africa is expected to lead the world in international bandwidth demand growth in the coming years. Africa’s international bandwidth

is home to approximately 45% of the country’s population, will be the location of an initial deployment to be followed by an expansion in 2014 covering the greater Ulaanbaatar area and other major Mongolian cities in 2014.

demand is projected to grow at a compound annual rate of 51% between 2012 and 2019. At this rate, African demand would outpace that of both Latin America and the Middle East, which are each projected to rise 37% annually.

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Telefónica confirms Czech exit with sale to PPF 5th Nov 2013

Spain’s Telefónica has confirmed that it is to exit the Czech and Slovak Republics through the sale of its holdings in the markets to Czech investment group PPF. Telefónica said in October that it was exploring its options in the Czech Republic, as part of a wider process of withdrawal from non-core markets. The Spanish incumbent holds just over 70 per cent of Telefónica Czech Republic, which includes the Slovak operation, with the remainder held by private and institutional investors. In an announcement made November 5th the firm said it would sell a 65.9 per cent stake in the Czech busi-

ness to PPF for €2.47bn. It will retain a 4.9 per cent share in the business and remain an “industrial and commercial partner” of the operation for the next four years. The O2 brand will remain in use in the Czech and Slovak Republics for a maximum of four years, Telefónica said. Telefónica, which built a substantial debt pile investing in Latin America, has pledged to cut debt to below €47bn by the end of 2013, partly through disposal of non-core assets. Earlier this year it announced that it had slashed debt by €10bn in the twelve months to the end of June, following disposals in Central America and

Inversis and its exit from the Irish market through the sale of its assets there to Hutchison’s 3. “It is anticipated that this transaction will have a positive impact reducing Telefónica Group’s net debt by approximately €2.685bn which will enable Telefónica to meet its net financial debt guidance by year end,” the firm said in a statement. Meanwhile its purchase of Dutch incumbent KPN’s German operation E-Plus was approved in October by KPN shareholders at an extraordinary general meeting. In a deal sweetened to win their backing, Telefónica is paying

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€5bn in cash and a 20.5 per cent stake in Telefónica Deutschland post transaction. The total value of the deal is €8.55bn. O2 Czech Republic holds second place in the mobile market, with 5.1 million subscriptions, according to estimates from Informa’s WCIS+. T-Mobile leads the market with 5.8 million while Vodafone is in third place with 3.3 million. The firm is third of three in the Slovak Republic mobile market, with 1.54 million users according to WCIS+ estimates, behind TMobile with 2.26 million subscriptions and Orange with 2.76 million.

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Etisalat to win control of Maroc Telecom 5th Nov 2013

The struggle for control of Maroc Telecom, which has been rolling on since the start of the year, looks to be at an end. Emirates-based Etisalat signed a €3.9bn deal to acquire a controlling stake on Tuesday. Etisalat has signed a share purchase agreement for the acquisition of Vivendi’s 53 per cent stake in the Moroccan operator. Maroc Telecom, a publicly listed company on both the Casablanca and Euronext Paris Stock Exchanges, is Morocco’s market leading operator with over 18.2 million subscribers in

Morocco at the end of September, according to Informa’s WCIS. It also has international operations in four West African countries. Over the course of the year several operators have been vying for control of the company including Ooredoo, France Telecom, Qatari operator Qtel and South Korea’s KT Corp. The acquisition of Vivendi’s stake in Maroc Telecom by Etisalat is subject to a number of conditions including a shareholders’ agreement.

Vodacom Denies Botswana Investment Rumours Published on: 5th Nov 2013

South Africa based Vodacom has refuted reports that it is in talks to take a stake in Botswana based BeMobile. There had been media reports late last week that the South African firm was either in a technology sharing agreement with BeMobile or had agreed to buy a stake in the firm. It was claimed that the two companies would announce a deal by the end of this year, but Vodacom has now denied that any such talks are taking

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place. The denial leaves BeMobile though in a difficult situation as the state-owned company is said to be struggling to compete with its more nimble private competitors and is said to be looking for a technology partner to assist it. BeMobile's parent company, Botswana Telecommunications Corporation (BTC) is currently working on plans for a privatisation that would see a minority of its shares sold to the public.




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Telecity builds vendor neutral cloud services hub 4th Nov 2013

European builder of carrierneutral datacentres, TelecityGroup, on Monday unveiled a “cloud neutral” hub platform designed to enable users to execute private, hybrid and public cloud deployments through direct connections with cloud and IT service providers. The Cloud-IX platform will be rolled out to customers located in any of TelecityGroup’s facilities across Europe, providing direct connectivity with leading cloud providers including Amazon Web Services; iland (a VMware partner); CSC; Fujitsu and Outsourcery. The platform aims to enable customers to maximise the efficiency, flexibility and security of the hybrid cloud by establishing dedicated network connections from their private or managed infrastructure into any of the cloud providers that are part of the platform, avoiding restrictions due to data sov-

ereignty or vendor lock in. Michael Tobin, CEO of TelecityGroup said: “Businesses across Europe are looking at ways they can maximise the power of the cloud to enhance the performance of their core platforms, manage big data with ease, and deliver enhanced and scalable service offerings; all against the background of ever increasing expectations in terms of security, auditability and data sovereignty. At the same time, they have the traditional challenges of maintaining service levels and maximising the benefit of existing IT investments. Key to solving this challenge is building flexible solutions that utilise the elasticity and economic benefits of the public cloud alongside existing IT infrastructure, all with direct connectivity into local and international carriers.”

Telenor Signs Agreement with the Hungarian Government 6th Nov 2013

Telenor says that it has become the first mobile operator to enter into a partnership agreement with the Hungarian government, although the company's lengthy statement did not elaborate on what the agreement would mean in practical terms. At the event, Telenor formally opened its Hungarian shared services center, Telenor Common Operation that will offer technology services to the Telenor Group's European

subsidiaries. The 450 employees of the new company will provide services in network and IT planning, implementation, management and maintenance for three countries of the region. In the next few years, Telenor said that it plans to invest about HUF 10 billion in broadband mobile Internet network development to promote wide-spread Internet access, contribute to economic growth and bridge the digital divide for rural communities.

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