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Sep 15, 2009 14:39 EEST
SOFIA (Bulgaria), September 15 (SeeNews) – Spanish telecommunications group Telefonica said it has opened offices in Bulgaria, Romania and in 13 other European countries, aiming to further enhance the integrated telecommunications services it offers multinational corporations across the region.
The group has also opened offices in France, Belgium, Greece, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Sweden, Denmark, Estonia, Poland, Hungary, Switzerland and Austria, it said in a statement on its website.
“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. Telefonica is making good progress and is executing in line with the strategy to expand presence and services to corporate customers,” Telefonica Europe chairman and CEO Matthew Key said in the statement.
Telefonica 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 wide area network connectivity (WAN) services, centralised Internet access, local-area network (LAN) services such as wireless LAN, fixed voice, mobile voice and data, as well as managed security, the company said.
Telefonica (www.telefonica.es) operates in 25 countries and has a customer base of 264 million accesses around the world. The group is entirely listed with more than 1.5 million direct shareholders. Its shares are traded on the stock markets in Spain, London, Tokyo, New York, Lima, Buenos Aires and Sao Paulo.
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