Business broadband provider Claranet this week announced that it has won the Best Business Fixed Broadband’ award at the 2009 Internet Service Providers’ Association (ISPA) Awards.
Judges commended Claranet for offering the best combination of contract flexibility, set-up time, and value for money.
The company said it is “thrilled” to have won an ISPA awards.
“We are delighted to have won at this year’s ISPA Awards, particularly in light of the record number of entries and competition in the industry,” said managing director Michel Robert.
“With a three-month testing period leading up to the awards, where our network performed flawlessly, we demonstrated we had the ‘Best Business Fixed Broadband’.”
The ISPA awards seek to recognise excellence in the Internet industry.
O2, Exa Networks, Namesco, UK2.net, The Featured Artists Coalition, apl, Astream, Freedom4Limited, UK Fast and Vodafone also won awards at this year’s event.
The Australian government took the accolade of ‘Internet Villain’ for “continuing to promote network-level blocking despite significant national and international opposition.”