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helps join remote customer premises
into a single protected corporate
network with a broad range of
telecommunications services and
guaranteed quality of service. It is
ideal for building your converged
business applications such as VoIP,
IP Videoconferencing, Internet
Access, or a combination of all three.
Global Crossing\u2019s IP VPN service
offering provides you with a cost-
effective, flexible, secure, and reliable
network to meet your needs. Global
Crossing IP VPN Service is a true
MPLS-based service built directly over
our global DWDM fiber optic network
operating above five-nines (99.999%)
availability 365 days a year.
Global Crossing provides one of the most powerful and versatile managed IP VPN solutions available today, providing your business with the reach, reliability, performance, and customer support you need to increase employee mobility and productivity leading to faster decision making and speed to market. Our IP VPN network was built for the ever- increasing demand for converged IP services. Learn how you can benefit today from our converged IP VPN service offering including support for data, VoIP, IP Videoconferencing, and Internet Access services delivered over a single VPN connection and local access loop.
Global Crossing\u2019s IP VPN network is built for the ever-increasing demand for converged IP services. A Converged
IP solution is an end-to-end managed services environment where data, voice, video and multimedia applications
are supported on a single IP-based platform. The convergence of these applications provides simplicity in network
design and administration, as well as connectivity, billing and customer care. Allowing Global Crossing to manage
your converged IP network further simplifies your solution and enables you to focus on managing your core
business. Global Crossing has operated a global MPLS based IP VPN service since 2001 and is in more than 600
cities in over 60 countries on six continents worldwide. Our IP VPN network was built
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