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Global Network Tracker:
Assessing the Leaders for Global IP MPLS
Reach and Competitive Access
| Jul 30, 2010 | Global Network Tracker
| Analysts: Cindy Whelan, Principal Analyst, Business and Wholesale
Services, and Joel Stradling, Senior Analyst, Business Network and IT Services

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There are a number of key buying criteria that global multinational companies must consider when procuring international data networks, such as reach and performance, and the overall service wrap such as client support, value added services and SLA and contract terms.

Current Analysis recently completed its new Global Network Tracker, which compiles in a single database the networks of leading global carriers and plots on an interactive map network PoPs and access capabilities by country and city. The database tracks the countries reached by each carrier’s MPLS network and whether they own the infrastructure or are using interconnect agreements (MPLS NNIs) with other operators to serve customers in a particular county.

In addition, Current Analysis tracks the local access options supported such as DSL and Ethernet and the countries where carriers can deliver Ethernet VPLS. Fourteen major network operators were included: AT&T, BT, Cable&Wireless Worldwide, Global Crossing, NTT Communications, Orange Business Services, Reliance Globalcom, SingTel, Sprint, Tata Communications, Telefónica, Telstra International and Verizon Business.

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