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Deutsche Telekom and its partners have inaugurated a global alliance to deliver on-demand enterprise networking based on emerging virtualization technologies. Ngena aims to reinvent how enterprises buy, provision, and manage cross-border digital services.


  • Ngena takes a fundamentally different approach from previous international service provider alliances in its structure, operations, service portfolio and, not least, end-user beneficiaries.
  • Ngena’s scope extends from large enterprise and multinational corporations (MNCs) right across to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), which have had little access to global services until now.

Features and Benefits

  • Assesses ngena's potential to deliver enterprise services to segments and regions that global services did not previously reach
  • Evaluates ngena's position in the carrier market

Key questions answered

  • What is ngena and what does it do?
  • What new services could enterprises expect from ngena and its partners?

Table of contents


  • In brief
  • Ovum view

What is ngena and what does it do?

  • International B2B competition is getting tougher
  • Ngena is designed for 21st-century enterprise needs


  • Pitfalls for prospective ngena members


  • Further reading
  • Author

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