Orange Business has announced an extension of its enterprise communications services contract with Liquid Capital, an international trading company that specializes in market making, brokerage and algorithmic trading. As part of the contract, Orange will provide a fully-managed, secure network solution and IT service management across Liquid Capital’s operations in eight countries.
Orange will consolidate the management of Liquid Capital’s existing network which connects its global offices to international trading exchanges. Orange’s high performance, fully-redundant network will ensure reliable and secure access between its offices and trading terminals across China, Japan, Singapore, UK, US, Australia and South Korea. A redesign of the network and advanced network management is expected to bring Liquid Capital up to 40% of savings during the contract period.
Kevin Griffen, Country Manager - Australasia, Orange Business, said: “Our cloud-ready, optimized, secure and reliable high-speed network supports customers across 220 countries and territories. We understand the need for reliable communications infrastructure for financial services and trading organizations and provide customized solutions. We are delighted to serve Liquid Capital and support them in their growth.”
Orange Business has unmatched global network coverage and is able to design networks with high service availability and fully-redundant infrastructure. With five Major Service Centers on four continents offering global support processes, Orange can run a business continuity plan in 20 minutes. Orange Business security is certified to ISO 27001 and SSAE 16 standards and is supported by more than 1,000 dedicated security specialists.