15.05.2012 | Warsaw/Bucharest | Press Releases
The continued demand for Ethernet services has led GTS Central Europe (GTS), a leading infrastructure-based provider of integrated telecommunications services, to offer an unified Ethernet product beyond GTS core countries: Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Romania. Through partners and interconnections in the CEE region, GTS is now offering a standardized Ethernet Line product in: Bulgaria, Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia, Ukraine and Turkey.
In new markets, Ethernet is becoming a company focus and complements the existing GTS portfolio of data transmission services such as SDH, DWDM and VPN. New Ethernet services support point-to-point and point-to-multipoint solutions, and give our customers guaranteed reliable high speed access connectivity. The services parameters are combined with GTS Ethernet service standards, provides customers with benefits of simplicity, flexibility and scalability as well as the same SLA across all the countries.
“Our international customers are looking at new regions and need the same Ethernet quality they are accustomed to in their home market. Through selected and certified partners in CEE we deliver our core products at efficient costs into six additional countries. This combined with Single Point of Contact for the entire region allows us to provide the best customer experience with coordination of cross-country Ethernet solutions throughout Central, South and Eastern Europe”, said Bruce Garrison, VP and Head of International Services at GTS.
Expansion of Ethernet reach to new countries reflects the company’s commitment to Ethernet over past years. GTS, as the first and only CEE-based operator has successfully received MEF9 and MEF14 for its Ethernet Line Service and was named by MEF ‘Regional Service Provider of the Year 2011’. GTS Ethernet product portfolio contains: Ethernet LAN, Ethernet VPN, Ethernet Media Line for demanding media distribution as well as Ethernet NNIs for carrier Ethernet interconnections. There will be more Ethernet developments as the year progresses.