GTT and Frost & Sullivan Issue White Paper on the Importance of Private Networking in a Hybrid Cloud Model

MCLEAN, Va.--()--GTT Communications, Inc. (NYSE: GTT), the leading global cloud networking provider to multinational clients, announced today the release of a new white paper discussing why enterprises should evaluate private networking for their hybrid cloud strategy. Authored by noted market research firm Frost & Sullivan, the white paper, “Your Cloud Strategy Demands a Strong Network Strategy,” is available free of charge on the GTT website at gtt.net.

“Cloud computing is an integral part of an enterprises’ IT infrastructure,” said Rick Calder, GTT President and CEO. “CIOs are now focused on ensuring that their network supports the secure and reliable delivery of cloud-based applications and services, particularly those critical to business operations. Unlike the public Internet, GTT’s global network and EtherCloud private networking solutions come with stringent service level agreements (SLAs) that guarantee network performance and the secure and reliable delivery of cloud-based applications and services.”

“Our research shows that 50% of respondents indicated they are using cloud services,” said Roopashree Honnachari, Industry Director, Business Communication Services and Cloud Computing, Frost & Sullivan. “As enterprises increasingly make cloud an integral part of their IT infrastructure, greater emphasis is placed on the network that connects the various pieces of their IT deployment model. GTT’s global network provides enterprises with the security, reliability and application performance they need to successfully deploy a hybrid cloud model for their businesses.”

About GTT

GTT operates a global Tier 1 IP network connecting to any location in the world and with any application in the cloud. Our cloud networking services provide a better way for multinational clients to embrace the cloud. Our clients trust us to deliver solutions with simplicity, speed and agility so they can compete effectively in the global economy. For more information, visit www.gtt.net.

Contacts

GTT Media Inquiries
Ann Rote, +1-703-677-9941
ann.rote@gtt.net

Contacts

GTT Media Inquiries
Ann Rote, +1-703-677-9941
ann.rote@gtt.net