Orange’s strategy: reliable services for everyone, everywhere and in any technology

Orange's GROW service strategy for everyone, everywhere in every technology

Orange has published another movie from the series All people of strategy. This time we can listen to the speech of Piotr Jaworski, member of the management board for networks and technology.

Orange Polska in its series “All the people of strategy” presents the basic assumptions of the strategy .GROW. In the latest episode Piotr Jaworski, the board member responsible for networks and technology talks about what is important for the orange operator from his point of view. One of the essential goals is for Orange services to be there available to anyone, anywhere and in any technologyand also that they have the right quality. Because it is not enough to have access to, for example, orange 5G, you also need to be able to use it effectively.

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To make all this possible, Orange has a whole set of special programs. One of them is called P4. Its premise is that the four basic services (SMS, MMS, data and voice) will be restored within 10 minutes when a very high level failure occurs. As part of P4, Orange sometimes spoils the network itself and thus checks whether the actions taken by the engineers employed by the operator are effective.

TELEPOLIS.PL asked the representative of Orange Polska:

Are all kinds of instant messaging and other similar services already so important that Orange can easily disconnect 3G transmitters and focus only on the fastest possible Internet connection, or is it quite the opposite: the old type services are still doing very well, they bring satisfactory revenues and there is no indication that their condition is going to decline.

– asked Lech Okoń, editor-in-chief of TELEPOLIS.PL

Lech Okoń telepolis.pl

In response, Piotr Jaworski pointed out that the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic was a kind of litmus test for the condition of the Orange network. Internet traffic normally increases by about 30% year on year, while in March, April and May last year it grew – due to the pandemic – by about 40%. However, what increased the most in the first period of the pandemic was voice movement. Orange Operator’s plans are to shift this traffic to other technologies, for example VoLTE or its equivalent in 5G in the future.

For more information on Orange’s plans, see the video attached below.

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Photo source: Orange

Text Source: Orange

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