Globe Telecom bags int’l awards from Frost & Sullivan

02:48 PM December 10, 2018


Globe Telecom was named the 2018 Data Service Provider of the Year and 2018 Cloud Infrastructure Service Provider of the Year byglobal business and consulting firm Frost & Sullivan for implementing business strategies that have been helping boost customer satisfaction.

“These awards are a huge encouragement to the team as we strive to make business and home connectivity easier for every company and individual. We do this by ensuring our clients are equipped with a wide array of infrastructure services that address their varying needs,” said Globe President and CEO Ernest Cu.

The Frost & Sullivan Best Practices awards have identified and honored best-in-class companies that have demonstrated excellence in their respective industries. Its analysts have conducted in-depth interviews, analysis, and extensive secondary research to identify the cream-of-the-crop companies in each field.

“Globe Telecom has also developed a hyper convergence value proposition which allows virtual IT management through a single platform, enabling easy management and deployment of cloud infrastructure. Globe Telecom’s emphasis on enhancing infrastructure capabilities and developing strong growth strategies has enabled the company to achieve a significant number of key customer wins across different segments,” Okmar Lad, Frost & Sullivan Digital Transformation Associate, said in a letter.

These recognitions are a testament to the company’s high standards in providing innovative products and services, one of which is its migration to the Cloud. “With this award, we are inspired even more to level up our game. It came at just the right time as we introduced yet another innovative solution with regards to our Cloud offering,” said Peter Maquera, Senior Vice President for Globe Business.

Globe Business, the information and communications technology arm of Globe, keeps its commitment to enable a digital nation by accelerating the adoption of ICT-enabled services across Philippine enterprises.

Globe Business Data Center solutions include Data Center Colocation which provides a managed space for lease for servers and IT equipment; LAN-Based Internet for redundant, stable, secure, and high-speed connectivity; and Business Continuity Services such as Disaster Recovery Work Seats and Media Storage Service in the event of natural or man-made disasters.

Cloud computing enables enterprises to move more efficiently and expand quickly using affordable, secure and reliable corporate data network. With this technology, enterprises can record, analyze and store data without the need for physical space.

Visit for more details about Globe Business products and solutions.


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