Initial PoPs selected for service deployment include Chicago, San Jose, Calif. and Ashburn, Va., with expansion across Europe, followed by Asia.
“Our customers are working internationally more than ever before, and they are looking for a partner who can support them seamlessly,” said David Casem, CEO and cofounder of Telnyx. “We knew GTT could deliver connectivity with the reliability, performance and uptime necessary for us to realize the same mission-critical, real-time communications services we’ve offered in North America on a global scale.”
GTT’s IP Transit service is delivered on its Tier 1 IP network, which spans over 250 points of presence around the world. The network is 100 percent native dual stack (IPv4 and IPv6) and is built on carrier-class routing and optical infrastructure. GTT proactively monitors network performance and upgrades infrastructure to ensure it can meet its clients’ changing requirements.
“We are pleased that Telnyx has chosen GTT for its network connectivity needs,” said Rick Calder, president and CEO, GTT. “As one of the top five IP networks in the world, GTT is able to provide Telnyx with expansive reach and seamless scalability for guaranteed high-quality delivery of latency-sensitive applications, such as voice. We look forward to continuing to build upon our relationship with Telnyx on a global basis.”