|AT&T 's Expansion Plans|
Posted: 20-Feb-2006 [Source: AT&T]
[AT&T announces details of plan to expand its global enterprise customer base including enhanced satellite, WiFi and wireless access.]
Bedminster, NJ -- AT&T Inc. announced today details of its 2006 plans to expand its global network, providing enhanced connectivity in the United States and around the world in order to meet the growing demands of its multinational enterprise customers. AT&T is extending services, reach and access into additional locations in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia, Latin America and in the United States, as part of the new AT&T's previously announced $8 billion to $8.5 billion expected capital investment in 2006. This investment demonstrates the company's commitment to its global enterprise customer base, especially those with significant operations in the United States, who are demanding a globally consistent set of services with high levels of accuracy, cost-efficiency and automation wherever they do business. Through targeted investment AT&T can now provide reliable network access to 97 percent of the world economy.
Highlights of the 2006 planned expansion include:
- Extended dedicated MPLS-based IP access capabilities, giving service nodes in 127 countries,
- Integration of 1000 legacy SBC nodes into AT&T's global MPLS-based network,
- New network interconnections giving greater in-depth country coverage,
- Additional remote access points giving a total of more than 35,000 access points in 150 countries,
- Doubling DSL country coverage for business access, via alliance agreements with local carriers,
- Tripling Ethernet country connectivity,
- Enhanced satellite, Wi-Fi and wireless access.
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