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GTT global network expands in North America and Asia-Pacific

MCLEAN, VA — GTT Communications, Inc. has announced the availability of network points of presence (PoPs) in Charlotte, North Carolina; Kansas City, Missouri; St. Louis, Missouri; Reno, Nevada; Calgary, Alberta; and Osaka, Japan.

GTT’s Tier 1 global internet network is among the largest in the world and includes more than 300 PoPs, spanning six continents. GTT also recently revealed that it will acquire Interoute, operator of one of Europe’s largest independent fibre networks, adding significant depth and scale to its network across Europe.

‘GTT will continue to expand our network globally,’ stated Rick Calder, president and CEO of GTT, ‘as we deliver on our purpose of connecting people across organizations, around the world and to every application in the cloud.’

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