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Global Crossing Takes on The Enterprise

Global Crossing, which has a Phoenix like rising from the ashes quality has announced their moves and expansion within the category they know best. The enterprise.

Always a Level3 follower type of company, their international termination capabilities, high quality fiber, and an aggressive sales force means companies in the SME space should listen to what they have to say.

Between GC and Level3, this could spell trouble for Sprint and AT&T as pricing and service offerings will be what matters.

This also means companies like RampRate who work to figure out who has the best of what, and what comanies should pay for that, then act as master resellers, are in ideal positions to assist CIO's make informed and educated decisions to avoid the trap of buying from the best name, when now they can buy from the best. Period.


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