Global Crossing starts flexible access service

12 Feb 2009

Global Crossing has started its EtherExtend Flex service to provide its customers with cost-effective and flexible Ethernet access to IP-based services.

EtherExtend Flex lowers a user's cost of access and matches the access level of service to the application's needs, using local access vendors to provide the last-mile Ethernet connection to the end-user via a logical connection as a virtual LAN over a physical network-to-network interface.

EtherExtend Flex can be paired with Global Crossing IP VPN or Dedicated Internet Access/IP Transit services, whether managed or un-managed. The service also can support collaboration, VoIP and other applications that use these transport services.

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