Global Crossing announced this week an agreement with the Telmex Group of companies including Teléfonos de México, Mexicos largest telecommunications company that will enable Telmex to interconnect its operations in Mexico, South America and the United States. Global Crossings global IP-based network will allow the Telmex Group to deliver voice, Internet protocol and network operation services.
Connectivity for the Telmex Group will be provided via several new and expanded international private-line leases with short- and long-term commitments.
Global Crossings premier IP network will provide Telmex the top-quality service and reach it needs, given its recent number of acquisitions throughout Latin America," says John Legere, CEO of Global Crossing. José Antonio Ríos, chief administrative officer and international president of Global Crossing adds, Our presence and customer service throughout Latin America and the world are key differentiators for major regional carriers like Telmex.
Global Crossing’s Latin American presence includes offices and operational facilities in eleven of the regions major cities, connecting the Caribbean, Central America, Mexico and South America to the rest of its global network.
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