Global Crossing expands in Eastern Europe

OCTOBER 20, 2010 -- Global Crossing (Nasdaq: GLBC) says it has expanded its premier IP-based global network to data center facilities in Sofia, Bulgaria; Bucharest, Romania; and Bratislava, Slovakia.

OCTOBER 20, 2010 -- Global Crossing (Nasdaq: GLBC) says it has expanded its premier IP-based global network to data center facilities in Sofia, Bulgaria; Bucharest, Romania; and Bratislava, Slovakia. The expansion is designed to enable each data center's tenants to easily access Global Crossing's network services to support their IP and data networking requirements.

Global Crossing services are delivered over its worldwide subsea and terrestrial. As new points of presence on the Global Crossing network, these data centers will give carrier and enterprise customers access to Global Crossing's IP Transit and Dedicated Internet Access services.

"As the needs of today's global businesses continue to evolve, our customers are demanding more flexible and efficient high-performance network solutions," said David Siegel, Global Crossing's vice president, IP services product management. "Global Crossing is always looking for ways to expand its 'on-net' footprint in key strategic locations. We are delighted to be able to offer access to one of the largest Tier 1 ISPs globally to these important Eastern European business centers."

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