ISPA Awards ceremony took place on 11th July

at the InterContinental London Park Lane Hotel.

Find the winners list here.

 

 

Great news for all who won at the ISPA annual awards last week! It's a tough one to win. All who walked away with an award on the night, or received a commendation, deserve our congratulations. Well done all. @ISPAUK #ispreview #broadband #internet

2001

Best Consumer Customer Service

  • F9
  • ic24
  • Which? Online

Winner: F9

Best Online Consumer Product/Service

  • Ciao.com
  • Doo Yoo
  • Totalise

Winner: DOO YOO

Best Consumer ISP

  • icScotland
  • Vispa
  • Waitrose.com

Winner: ICSCOTLAND

Best Business Customer Service

  • Business Serve
  • GTS Netcom
  • Netscalibur

Winner: NETSCALIBUR

Best E-Commerce Service Offered by an ISP

  • Business Serve
  • Euphony
  • Totalise "Eurekar"

Winner: BUSINESS SERVE

Best M-Commerce Service Offered by an ISP

  • BT Genie
  • Jippi
  • Totalise

Winner: BT GENIE

Best ASP

  • BT Ignite
  • Ts.com Ticketing Solutions
  • ZY.com

Winner: TS.COM

Most Innovative ISP Product/Service

  • iweb Technologies
  • World Online
  • Xara Online "Modules"

Winner: IWEB TECHNOLOGIES

Best European ISP

  • Claranet
  • Easynet
  • Energis-Squared

Winner: EASYNET

Best Business ISP

  • Cable & Wireless
  • Mistral Internet
  • UUNET

Winner: UUNET

Best Hardware Supplier

  • Cisco Systems
  • Juniper Networks
  • Sun Microsystems

Winner: CISCO SYSTEMS

Best Software Supplier

  • The Apache Software Foundation
  • Macromedia
  • Red Hat

Winner: THE APACHE SOFTWARE FOUNDATION

Award for Positive Contribution to the UK Internet Industry

  • The Campaign for Unmetered Telecoms
  • The Internet Watch Foundation
  • The Kendra Initiative

Winner: INTERNET WATCH FOUNDATION

Internet Hero

  • Richard Clayton, Thus
  • Roland Perry, LINX
  • Tim Berners-Lee

Winner: TIM BERNERS-LEE

Internet Villain

  • David Edmonds, Director General of OFTEL
  • Jack Straw MP, Secretary of State, the Home Office
  • Sir Peter Bonfield, CEO, BT

Winner: SIR PETER BONFIELD, CEO, BT

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