International Telecoms Week (ITW) 2014 is right around the corner and Global Capacity, the leading network connectivity company, is set to attend. Taking place May 11- 14 at the Hyatt Regency, Chicago, IL, ITW is the industry’s annual flagship telecommunications conference. The event provides attendees the opportunity to network with nearly 6,000 delegates from over 150 different countries. This year’s ITW conference will place a heightened focus on next-generation networks and how network infrastructure will evolve to meet growing capacity demand. Global Capacity’s One Marketplace provides cost-effective, high-performance network solutions that support these exploding bandwidth requirements.
One Marketplace dramatically reduces the time, effort and cost of identifying and sourcing access network solutions, providing a boost in efficiency for back-office operations of carriers, integrators and service providers around the globe. By interconnecting to the automated platform, customers are able to extend their network reach across multiple networks and geographies, as well as design and price network solutions in real time.
Global Capacity mitigates the complexity associated with connectivity, offering one interconnect from one provider with a consistent ordering, provisioning, turn-up and management process for all connectivity services – all via one service agreement with uniform terms, conditions and competitive Service Level Agreements (SLAs).
On-site at ITW, the Global Capacity team will be accepting meetings with current and prospective customers, as well as industry media and analysts to discuss new opportunities and critical corporate milestones, including achieving record growth in 2013, opening five new Points of Presence (PoPs) in San Jose, Seattle, Minneapolis, Ashburn and Pittsburgh, and several industry award recognitions.
To request a meeting with Global Capacity inside the Toronto meeting room, located on the Gold Level of the Hyatt Regency’s West Tower, visit http://info.globalcapacity.com/itw-meeting-request.