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Orange provides a range of fixed telephony and mobile telecommunications, data transmission, Internet and multimedia, and other value-added services to consumers, businesses, and other telecommunications operators under the Orange brand worldwide. The company also offers personal communication services, international carriers and shared services, and legacy and mature network services, as well as growing network services that comprise VoIP, image and videoconferencing, satellite access infrastructures, Wifi, and fiber optics. In addition, it provides platform services, such as customer relationship management, messaging, hosting, cloud computing, and machine-to-machine services; collaborative services; and sales of equipment associated with integration services. The company was formerly known as France Telecom and changed its name to Orange in July 2013. Orange was founded in 1990 and is headquartered in Paris, France.

160,925 Employees
Last Reported Date: 07/31/14
Founded in 1990

orange s.a. (FTE) Top Compensated Officers

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Total Annual Compensation: €1.2M
Chief Financial Officer, Senior Executive Vic...
Total Annual Compensation: €899.2K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

orange s.a. (FTE) Key Developments

MTN, Bharti, Orange, Vodacom And Mobinil May Sell Mobile Tower Networks In Africa

MTN Group Limited (JSE:MTN), Bharti Airtel Limited (BSE:532454), Orange (ENXTPA:ORA), Vodacom Group Limited (JSE:VOD) and Mobinil Telecommunications S.A.E. are working on selling mobile tower networks in Africa. MTN Group is on the verge of selling towers valued at $1 billion in Nigeria, and Bharti Airtel Africa is selling about 15,000 of its towers across 17 countries for $2 billion- $2.5 billion. Orange is looking at disposing of towers in sub-Saharan Africa and Egypt. According to TMT Finance, a shortlist of three bidders has reportedly been drawn up for MobiNil’s 2,500-3,000 Egyptian towers.

Orange Reportedly Plans To Sell Mobile Antennas

Orange (ENXTPA:ORA) is said to be examining a potential sale of around 9,400 mobile antennas in Spain as it looks to cut costs and boost profitability as operators in that market consolidate, according sources familiar with the matter told Expansion. The report said no final decision had been taken on a sale, which could raise up to €885 million, based on the price paid by Abertis in 2013 for part of Movistar's antenna network.

Orange Signs on Construction and Maintenance Agreement for New Submarine Cable Project for South East Asia-Middle East-Western Europe 5

Orange has signed a construction and maintenance agreement for South East Asia-Middle East-Western Europe 5, or Sea-Me-We 5, a new submarine cable that will link France and Singapore. In its planned configuration, Sea-Me-We 5 will connect Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Sri-Lanka, India, Pakistan, Oman, the United Arab Emirates, Yemen, Djibouti, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Italy and France. The international consortium, of which Orange is now a member, plans to operate this new 20,000 km-long fiber optic cable at the end of 2016. Orange is also co-owner of three other submarine cables that run between Asia and Europe: Sea-Me-We 3, Sea-Me-We 4 and IMeWe, which were launched in 1999, 2005 and 2010 respectively. In addition to providing extra capacity, the Sea-Me-We 5 cable provides Orange with an alternative route that guarantees the protection of voice and data traffic passing through the other cables in the area. Orange can open up a new route towards the Indian Ocean to support the booming growth of broadband services in the islands of Reunion and Mayotte. In France, the Sea-Me-We 5 cable will use a Point of Presence located in the Group's telecommunications network group in Marseilles (Bouches du Rhone department). The connection will be established via a terrestrial cable running from the landing station, which is located nearby in the Var department. By diversifying points of access, this cable will further secure access to international broadband networks and will facilitate access to networks in France for Asian and African operators. The cable design is based on the latest 100 Gbps very high-speed technology and will initially offer a capacity of 24 Tbps. In addition, the cable benefits from an advanced Wavelength Division Mulitplexing (WDM) system that enables cable capacity to be increased without additional submarine work. This means that the consortium will easily be able to increase capacity to reflect the latest technological developments.


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