Global Cloud Xchange

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Global Cloud Xchange
Type Privately held
Industry Telecommunications
Founded 1988
Headquarters Hong-Kong
Key people CEO - William Barney
Products Retail and Wholesale local, national and international telecommunications services, Internet products and services, IT and network services
Employees +1000
Parent Reliance Globalcom
Subsidiaries (see list)
Website globalcloudxchange.com

Global Cloud Xchange is an international provider of telecommunications services, internet products and services,.

Network[edit]

The principal elements of the Global Cloud Xchange Global Network include:

Five subsea cable systems operating on major global data traffic routes, namely, the Trans-Atlantic route, the Europe-Asia route, the Europe-Middle East & Egypt route and the Intra-Asia route.

A managed network services platform connecting around 27,000 sites in 158 countries.

GNOCs in Denver and Mumbai.

History[edit]

In 1988 - Vanco was founded as a data services company.[1] and in 1997 - Fiber-Optic Link Around the Globe was formed[2]

The Reliance Group acquired Vanco in 2008[3] and in 2014 the company was rebranded as Global Cloud Xchange[4][5]

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