Photo - YTL Communications Chief Executive Officer Wing K. Lee (second from the left) and YTL Communications Chief Operating Officer Ali Tabassi (third from the left) accepting the "Best Enterprise Cloud Offering" award at the 2014 Telecoms.com Industry Awards during the week of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Flanking them are Telecoms.com Editorial Director Mike Hibberd (far left) and Telecoms com Publisher Tim Banham (far right).
Malaysian 4G firm YTL Communications' national Frog learning platform has garnered the Best Enterprise Cloud Offering at 2014 Telecoms com Industry Awards held during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona recently.
YTL Communications, which competed against three other finalists - Ericsson, Indosat and Telstra Global, secured the win for its implementation of the cloud-based Frog virtual learning platform implemented via its Yes 4G Internet brand in 10,000 national schools across Malaysia.
This win came in just a few months after YTL Communications was awarded the 'Best Broadband Cloud at the 2013 Broadband InfoVision Awards, said YTL Communications chief executive officer Wing K Lee.
"We are thrilled to be recognised for our industry leadership with this prestigious award," said Wing. "Our vision and hard work in building a nationwide mobile internet infrastructure and to elegantly leverage our Yes ID architecture to layer on top of the Frog virtual learning platform complete with content and collaboration services have once again caught the world's attention as we enable a digital economy."
The inaugural Telecoms com Industry Awards honours advances and industry excellence in network technology and services delivered over those networks, from line innovations in customer service, enterprise cloud offerings and the use of green technology.
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