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IN PICTURES: Telstra gets most gongs at Excellence Awards

IN PICTURES: Telstra gets most gongs at Excellence Awards

ICT leaders gather in Sydney for Frost & Sullivan's 2011 Australia Excellence Awards

The Master of Ceremonies entertains attendees of the 2011 Frost & Sullivan Australia Excellence Awards

The Master of Ceremonies entertains attendees of the 2011 Frost & Sullivan Australia Excellence Awards

The outstanding performance of companies in the Australian ICT industry was recognised at the 2011 Frost & Sullivan Australia Excellence Awards.

Now in its sixth year, 18 awards spanning three industry categories including security and infrastructure, enterprise communications and telecommunications.

Telstra took home the most awards including Hosted Contact Centre Service Provider of the Year; Data Communications Service Provider of the Year; Broadband Service Provider of the Year; Mobile Service Provider of the Year and Service Provider of the Year.

Each winner was selected based on market performance, market share leadership, revenue growth and product and service innovation.

The rest of this year's award winners:

Security & Infrastructure

UPS Vendor of the Year - APC by Schneider Electric

UPS Service Provider of the Year – Emerson Network Power

Secure Content Management Vendor of the Year – Websense

Network Security Vendor of the Year – Juniper

Datacentre Services Provider of the Year – Equinix

Security as a Service Vendor of the Year - Symantec

Infrastructure as a Service Vendor of the Year – Amazon Web Services

Software as a Service Vendor of the Year – Salesforce.com

Enterprise Communications Enterprise Video Vendor of the Year – Cisco Systems

Contact Centre Applications Vendor of the Year - Genesys

Application Networking Vendor of the Year – Riverbed

Unified Communications Vendor of the Year – Cisco Systems

Telecommunications Managed Security Services Provider of the Year - Verizon Business


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