Global Telecom & Technology (GTT), a global Multi-Network Operator, has been chosen by ARTEL (News
), a U.S.-based systems integrator, to provide connectivity for its mission-critical clients worldwide.
Under the agreement, GTT will provide ARTEL a number of best-fit customer solutions to several countries around the world, including Estonia, Finland, Montenegro, Great Britain and Russia.
Richard D. Calder, Jr., GTT’s president and CEO said that this contract with ARTEL further emphasizes the value of their Multi-Network Operator strategy within the global market. GTT’s broad set of vendor relationships and global network footprint will enable ARTEL to better provide services in hard-to-reach locations around the world.
Abdul Rana, ARTEL’s vice president, Strategic Operations also noted that more than half of ARTEL’s business is conducted overseas, including operations in six of the seven continents. Rana said this new relationship with GTT will serve to expand their existing capabilities and enhance their core strengths supporting their international customers.
Founded in 1986, ARTEL provides a variety of network management and systems integration solutions to both private and public entities.
Headquartered just outside Washington, D.C. in McLean, Virginia and with offices in London, Paris, and Dusseldorf, GTT has over 800 international supplier relationships and access to over 100,000 network Points of Presence worldwide
In July, GTT entered a strategic agreement with U.S.-based network provider FiberLight, LLC (“FiberLight”) that will provide GTT with high-capacity metro transport in several strategic U.S. markets.
FiberLight deploys high-capacity lit and dark fiber services in eight major U.S. metro locations, including Atlanta, Baltimore, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Houston, San Antonio, Tampa, South Florida, and Washington D.C.
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Edited by Stefania Viscusi