AT&T Recognizes Nexius for Supplier Excellence in 2016

FRISCO, Texas – June 2, 2016

Nexius, providing agile network services leveraging its software automation product along with its expertise in data analytics, virtualization and open source, today announced it is one of the winners of the 2016 AT&T Supplier Award because of its support of AT&T*.

“AT&T wants to connect people with their world, everywhere they live, work and play and do it better than anyone else,” said Susan A. Johnson, senior vice president, Global Supply Chain at AT&T. “Suppliers like Nexius are helping us realize this mission by innovating with us to better serve our customers and improve our cost structure. Nexius is one of the ten companies to receive the 2016 AT&T Supplier Award for their superior work in the areas of customer service, cost reduction, performance improvement, team work, diversity supplier spend and supplier sustainability.”

“In a dynamic and quickly changing industry, Nexius delivers measurable performance for our clients through innovative thinking and automation that bring greater agility and more significant efficiencies for a higher level of service for our customers,” said Ned Taleb, CEO and Co-Founder of Nexius. “This recognition is testament to the quality work performed by the teams at Nexius, who are proud to contribute to AT&T’s vision to build the network of the future.”

*AT&T products and services are provided or offered by subsidiaries and affiliates of AT&T Inc. under the AT&T brand and not by AT&T Inc.

About Nexius

Nexius is unique in combining Technology Services, Software (big data analytics), and Network Engineering and Deployment to provide the company and its clients with full network life cycle expertise. Through software automation and self-performance, Nexius is accelerating its clients’ network technology evolution. As a top-tier OCP member, founding member of TIP, and contributor to the open source IP ecosystem, Nexius is also accelerating the virtualization of networks through agile development, testing, and operational support of network functions.