Global Telecom & Technology
|Traded as||NYSE MKT: GTT|
|Headquarters||McLean, Virginia, USA|
|Key people||Richard D. Calder, CEO|
|Products||Internet services, Telecommunications, Content delivery|
|Traffic Levels||7 Tbps+|
Global Telecom & Technology (GTT) is a multinational telecommunications and Internet service provider company headquartered in McLean, Virginia. GTT operates a Tier 1 network, and provides IP transit and MPLS transport services to enterprise, government, and carrier customers in over 80 countries.
In December 2009 GTT acquired WBS Connect in a stock and cash transaction, shifting its business model from being an exclusively virtual network operator and telecom solutions integrator to a network operator providing IP transit and Ethernet services.
In May 2012 GTT acquired nLayer Communications, a privately held global IP backbone, for $18 million. nLayer founder Richard Steenbergen joined GTT as CTO.
In June 2013 GTT was listed on the New York Stock Exchange, under the symbol GTT.
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- Global Telecom & Technology revenue up 16%
- Global Telecom & Technology To Acquire WBS Connect[dead link]
- Global Telecom & Technology Acquires Existing Mobility Service Agreements[dead link]
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