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Comms Business Magazine Publishes Best UK ISP 2012 Awards Shortlist

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012 (9:30 am) - Score 1,278

The annual Comms Business Awards, which will this year be held at the Lancaster London hotel on 21st June, have this week published their full shortlist of potential winners. The awards include several broadband ISP related categories, albeit with more of a business than consumer focus.

This year Daisy Wholesale, Griffin, Virtual1 and Zen Internet are all up for the Best Internet Service Provider of the Year gong.

Comms Business Awards 2012 Shortlist

Reseller Categories

Reseller of the Year (small)-for companies with a turnover of up to £2.5 million

Businewise Solutions, Communicate Better, ComputerTel, Denwa Communications, Digicom

Reseller of the year (Medium)–For companies with a turnover of £2.5 m to £7.5 m

Ardencom, Essensys Ltd, Incom Business Systems, STL Communications, TMS

Reseller of the year (Large) – For companies with a turnover of £7.5m or over

Actimax, Alternative Networks, Excell Group, Peach Telecom, Solar Communication

Overall Reseller of the year

To be selected from the winners of the above three awards

Wholesale Service provider

Entanet, Nine Group, 02 Wholesale, 0-bit Telecom, Virtual1

Mobile Virtual Network Operator

Gamma, Transatel

Internet Service Provider of the Year

Daisy Wholesale, Griffin, Virtual1, Zen Internet

Distributor of the Year

Capstan Communication, Nimans, Scan Source Europe, Westcon Convergence

Fixed Line Network of the Year

BT, Entanet, Gamma, 02 Wholesale

Mobile Network of the Year

02, Vodafone

SMB Convergence Solution (For customers with up to 250 employees)

Britannic Technologies, CCT, Green Fields Technologies, Modern Communications, Pennine Telecom

Mid – Market Convergence Solution (251-500 employees)

alwaysOn, Britannic Technologies, Charterhouse Voice & Data, Excell Group, G3 Telecommunications, RHM Telecommunications

Enterprise Convergence Solution (Over 500 employees)

Ardencom, Britannic Technologies, Cisilion, Excell Group, G3 Telecommunication

Channel Product (Hardware)

Aastra Telecom, Gigaset Communications UK Ltd, Ipcortex, Jabra, Riverbed Technology, Yealink

Channel Product (On Premise Software Application)

Liquid Voice, Seimens Enterprise Communications, Silver Peak, Union Street Technologies, Zeacom Europe

Channel Product (Professional Services)

Atrium Telecom, ILG Business, IP-Netix, Liquid Voice

Channel Product (Cloud based solution deployed)

Akixi, Nasstar, Direct Response, Telware, VanillaIP

Channel Sales Person of the Year

David Dyer of Siemens Enterprise Communications, Matt Donaldson of 0-bit Telecom, Richard Ash of STL Communications

Field Engineer of the Year

To be announced at the Gala Awards Diner

Channel Entrepreneur of the Year

Andrew Gilbert of Node 4, Tom O’Hagan of Virtual1, Tony Parish of G3 Telecommunications, Wayne Cartwright of Communicate Better

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