AT&T Inc. said today it plans to extend its services to more locations in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia, Latin America and the United States throughout 2006.
The carrier expects to expand its dedicated MPLS-based IP access capabilities to offer service nodes in 127 countries; integrate 1,000 legacy SBC nodes into AT&T’s MPLS network; provide new network interconnections for greater in-depth country coverage; add remote access points for a total of more than 35,000 access points in 150 countries; double DSL country coverage for business access, via alliance agreements with local carriers; triple Ethernet country connectivity; and enhance satellite, Wi-Fi and wireless access.
Through targeted investments AT&T can now provide dependable network access to 97 percent of the world economy,” said Forrest Miller, group president of AT&T Communications Corp., in a news release.
AT&T Inc. www.att.com
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November 21 2019 @ 17:50:32 UTC