Basefarm changes its name –

The company writes this in a press release on Monday.

The company is a European operational provider of mission-critical IT solutions for society and enterprises in the public and private cloud.

In August 2018, Basefarm was acquired by French telecommunications company Orange for NOK 3.3 billion.

Since the acquisition, Basefarm’s growth within public and private cloud services has accelerated, particularly in the Nordics, the company writes in a press release.

“Bringed together under one brand, large and small customers around the world can be assured that Orange will be an even better partner to develop their digital business”, writes the company.

The company’s delivery model spans the full spectrum, from innovation and business development through project phase to ongoing production. The range of services includes consulting, big data, AI, information security and colocation.

The services are provided with the support of Orange’s existing global network with associated infrastructure and cybersecurity, they write.

The company also writes that it is focused on the needs of enterprise customers and offers help in transforming their platforms and moving their core applications to hybrid and multi-cloud computing environments.

– The expanded competence and capacity achieved through the new profiling will contribute to increased innovation and therefore better conditions to help our customers in their business, both in Europe and the rest of the world, says Bjarte Kvarme, CEO of Orange Business AS Services, Cloud Division (former Country Manager of Basefarm Norway).

The company was established in Norway in 2000 and has over 760 employees in Norway, Sweden, the Netherlands, Germany and Austria. The head office is located in Oslo.

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