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Design
15th January 2020
Portfolio expanded with Fortinet Secure SD-WAN

GTT Communications has announced it has expanded its SD-WAN service offering by adding Fortinet Secure SD-WAN as a technology option. GTT delivers Fortinet Secure SD-WAN as a managed service and supports any last mile access solution to meet specific client requirements for advanced security, application performance and cost efficiency. The addition of Fortinet enhances GTT’s existing managed SD-WAN service offering...

Wireless
24th June 2019
The impact of SD-WAN adoption on digital transformation

Since the advent of the internet, IT teams have used many different network management techniques in search of a way to achieve optimal use of their bandwidth and efficient data traffic routing. Truly dynamic approaches have proved elusive. The latest generation wide area networking (WAN) technology, SD-WAN, which is software-based, revolutionises the WAN just as virtualisation has revolutionised the server. By Todd Kiehn, VP of product manageme...

Analysis
7th February 2019
Expanding network solutions as application usage grows

Cloud networking provider, GTT Communications, has announced that it has expanded its network solution for Carglass, the glass automotive repair and replacement company. The new four-year contract adds redundancy and increases capacity across the 450-site network.

Wireless
6th September 2018
Europac enhances network performance with GTT SD-WAN

  Cloud networking provider GTT Communications, has announced that Europac Group, a long-standing client of its recent Interoute acquisition, is deploying GTT’s SD-WAN service to enhance network performance for its European sites.

Analysis
3rd November 2017
Bouyant GTT targets $2bn sales in four years

Global cloud networking provider GTT Communications has reported third quarter revenue of $198.9m, up 50.8% over 3Q16, and a 6.8% increase over 2Q17. Net loss was $9.5m, compared to net income of $5.1m in 3Q16 and net income of $0.6m in 2Q17. The 3Q17 net loss included $17.5 million in non-recurring costs related to the Global Capacity acquisition and the term loan repricing.

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