Global IP Solutions Provider Awarded Best Practices

Global Crossing has been named the winner of the 2010 Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Award for North American MPLS IP VPN Competitive Strategy Leadership.

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted Dec 7, 2010
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Global Crossing (GLBC) has announced that Frost & Sullivan has named it the recipient of the 2010 North American Competitive Strategy Leadership of the Year Award for best practices in the MPLS IP VPN Services Market. The global IP solutions provider met the criteria for the award including areas such as strategic execution, market position, growth in market share, brand strength, and levels of customer satisfaction and customer value.


"'We are proud that Frost & Sullivan has recognized us for those attributes that differentiate Global Crossing in the marketplace, namely our global reach, our product portfolio and our customer experience,' said Dave Carey, chief marketing officer for Global Crossing. 'Our high-performance, fully meshed global MPLS network is among the world's most reliable, and positions us as a leading provider of converged IP services for enterprise and carrier customers.'"

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