Telefónica has opened new operational units in 15 European countries to further enhance the integrated telecommunications services it offers multinational corporations across the region.
"The new offices and network infrastructure being deployed in Europe, supported by a new online experience and enhanced products and services, reinforces our commitment to this strategically important market segment," said Matthew Key, chairman and CEO of Telefónica Europe.
Telefónica is reinforcing and extending its global IP MPLS backbone across countries identified as of strategic importance to multinational corporations in Europe. The roll-out includes the provision of the following services: wide area network connectivity (WAN), centralised Internet access, local-area network (LAN) such as wireless LAN, fixed voice, mobile voice and data, as well as managed security.
The new offices and network infrastructure are being deployed by Telefónica International wholesale services. Offices in France, Belgium, Greece, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Sweden, Denmark, Estonia, Poland, Hungary, Switzerland, Austria, Romania and Bulgaria where Telefonica had no presence up until now are fully set up. This will further reinforce service provision for existing and future multinational corporation customers.