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Colt continues its winning streak at the 2019 MEF Awards

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Last week Colt won five awards at the 2019 MEF Awards evening, picking up the prizes for; Europe – Network & Service Innovation, Europe – Retail Service Provider of the Year, Europe – Wholesale Service Provider of the Year, LSO Leadership in partnership with AT&T and Enterprise Application – Advertising.

These awards further confirm that Colt provides industry-leading service to its customers and is continuing to drive innovation across the wider industry.

The awards evening was a part of the MEF19 global networking event, which took place in Los Angeles, California. Colt was there alongside other world-class service and technology experts, analysts and the media to discuss the transformation to a global ecosystem of automated networks.

As a business, we understand the importance of collaboration in driving better processes and have been championing the adoption of a single common language across service providers for some time now.

A great example of this is Colt and AT&T’s innovative, and now triple award-winning, application of MEF’s LSO Sonata APIs, meaning that AT&T can now place automated orders for Colt’s Ethernet Services. This integration enables AT&T to validate site addresses, check service availability, get a quote, and place automated orders on Colt’s network. This initial success is just the beginning, and both AT&T and Colt aim to on-board additional carriers and drive further adoption across the industry in the coming year.

Colt, so far, has had a fantastic year for awards, with recent wins at the Global Carrier Awards and the Network Transformation Awards, and these additional accolades reinforce Colt’s position as a leader in the development and delivery of connectivity services, as well as excellence in network and service innovation.

We look forward to continuing this trajectory and building a more dynamic environment for the digital ecosystem of tomorrow.

Mirko Voltolini, Head of Network Demand, Colt Technology Services

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