Accelleran wins communications & networking category
Accelleran is proud to be amongst the winners in Deloitte’s 2021 Technology Fast 50 competition for Belgium. The company won in the prestigious Communications & Networking category. Held annually, Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50 recognises the achievements of innovative technology-driven companies in the most prominent economies worldwide. The award was given to Accelleran based on the company’s ability to show strong revenue growth.
Covering everything from fintech to digital commerce and life sciences, this competition is open to both public and private companies headquartered in Belgium. The winners were announced at an online award ceremony on the 25th November.
The leading provider of cloud-native virtualization software architecture for private and public 4G/5G networks, Accelleran has become a key player in the OpenRAN ecosystem. Over the past few years, the software company has contributed to a series of major OpenRAN deployment ventures which have helped drive its growth and strengthen its position in what is set to become a burgeoning market.
“There is a huge breadth of engineering and entrepreneurial talent here in Belgium, and the companies featured in this competition clearly emphasise this point. For us to be nominated was already a great honour, but to now be confirmed as the winner in such an important category is truly wonderful news,” states Stan Claes, Accelleran’s CEO. “This gives real validation to the work we are doing to develop software for next generation mobile communication infrastructure based on OpenRAN architectures.”
“With regards to communication and networking, Belgium has a great deal of emerging potential. Though the companies here are small in comparison to their European and international competitors, they are innovative and agile,” states Sam Sluismans, Programme Leader for Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50. “We hope that this award will help bring Accelleran’s technology to a wider international audience and wish its team every success for the future.”