Voting opens for Telecom Asia Readers’ Choice Awards

Voting opens for Telecom Asia Readers’ Choice Awards

Telecom Asia  |   October 23, 2009

Telecom Asia opened up voting for its second Readers’ Choice Awards to its online subscriber base of service providers across Asia. Voting for Asia’s best technology providers will close after October 24 and the winners will be notified by early November.

Leading the list of nominees was Huawei Technologies, with nominations in 11 categories. Ericsson was second, nominated in eight categories, followed by rapidly rising ZTE, which received seven. Other equipment suppliers nominated in more than one category were Amdocs, Alcatel-Lucent, Cisco, Comverse, Intec, Juniper Networks, Motorola, Nokia Siemens Networks, Nortel and Oracle.

The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony in Hong Kong on December 11 to recognize the technology innovations and accomplishments of the top telecom vendors operating in Asia Pacific.

Nominations for 22 categories were open to analysts, consultants and high-level telco executives in September. A total of 56 telecom insiders submitted amore than 1,150 nominations. Telecom Asia’s editorial team narrowed down the list of nominations in each of the categories after consulting with a team analysts.

In additional to the Readers’ Choice Awards, Telecom Asia will also be announcing Special Editor Recognition Awards at the ceremony in up to five categories.

Shortlist of Nominees

Best Infrastructure Provider of the Year
Ericsson
Huawei Technologies
Nokia Siemens Networks
ZTE

Best Green Infrastructure Provider of the Year
Alcatel-Lucent
Ericsson
Nokia Siemens Networks
VNL

Wireless Network Vendor of the Year
Ericsson
Huawei Technologies
Nokia Siemens Networks
ZTE

Broadband Network Vendor of the Year
BNS
Cisco
Huawei Technologies
RAD Data
ZTE

Wireless Broadband Network Vendor of the Year
Alcatel-Lucent
Ericsson
Huawei Technologies
Motorola
ZTE

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