Global Cloud Xchange

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Global Cloud Xchange
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
Number of employees
Parent Reliance Globalcom
Subsidiaries (see list)

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


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.


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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