There are a host of ways to make money off of connected cars. The revenue streams will be generated by services including infotainment, navigation, fleet management, remote diagnostics, automatic crash notification, safety enhancements, usage based insurance (UBI), traffic management and-- ultimately-- autonomous driving. Despite that prediction, the term "connected car" remains something of a catch-all, making it hard to determine which companies are actually making money from the market in Europe today, or indeed what exactly a "connected" car actually is.
Orange Business Services is examining how software-defined networking (SDN) and network-function virtualization (NFV) could play a role in the small-to-medium-sized business (SMB) market by conducting a pilot test with local businesses in France.
BT Global Services is enhancing the reach of its flagship Ethernet-based VPN and Internet services across multiple countries, a move that will further boost its competitive stance against front runners like Orange Business Services and other global players.
Orange Business Services is targeting the growing multi-site enterprise hybrid cloud opportunity by adding a Business VPN Internet offering to its growing business VPN service product suite.
The Metro Ethernet Forum has begun a new leadership chapter, naming Andrew McFadzen, Orange Business Services' head of global marketing, as its new chairman.
Vivek Badrinath, a rising star at Orange Group and the former CEO of Orange Business Services, has decided to leave the group in order to pursue new opportunities at the Accor hotel group, the French company confirmed on Monday.
Orange Business Services has acquired Atheos, a deal which will advance its standing in the European cyberdefense market segment. Terms of the acquisition agreement were not revealed.
Orange Business Services plans to work together with Samsung Electronics to help enterprises make better use of the opportunities that tablets can provide.
Orange Business Services is targeting telecommunications opportunities in the Middle East, launching a joint venture company in Qatar--its second in the region--to "qualify, design and build targeted projects" in the country.
The Open Visual Communications Consortium (OVCC) on Tuesday announced that the first series of OVCC-compliant video conferencing services are being offered by AT&T, BCS Global, Airtel Business, BT, Glowpoint and Orange Business Services.