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Verizon expands private network

Six countries added

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Brief Verizon is extending ethernet access to its private IP network to business customers in six more countries.

Enterprise customers in Austria, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Poland and Spain can now all access the network. This brings the total to 16 countries in Europe as well as seven in Asia and in the US.

Access is also available by satellite, 3G and dial-up.

The network is used by customers for IP telephony or by data customers wanting a decent IP network.&reg

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