GTT Communications, Inc., a leading global cloud networking provider to multinational clients, announced today that it has been selected by Air France-KLM to provide a part of its global managed wide area network connecting sites in 37 countries across five continents.
Air France-KLM will use GTT Wide Area Networking to connect a subset of its offices and airports supporting the airlines’ employees and customers. GTT’s high-performance, secure, managed connectivity is backed by end-to-end SLAs, to ensure a resilient and robust service for business critical systems.
” . . . GTT is able to help us optimize our costs by providing connectivity at a competitive price on flexible terms.”
“Our business brings people, economies and cultures together, and sharing information securely and reliably is key to our ability to operate and fulfill our purpose,” commented Wouter Couzij, manager WAN, Air France-KLM. “We chose GTT as our partner to provide us with a resilient and secure global network because GTT is able to help us optimize our costs by providing connectivity at a competitive price on flexible terms.”
“We are delighted to support Air France-KLM in its network optimization journey with our global managed network services,” said Tom Homer, GTT division president, Europe. “As a global cloud networking provider with extensive managed service experience, GTT is well placed to enable the network transformation initiatives, continuous innovation and flexibility that aviation market leaders such as Air France-KLM are driving to the benefit of their customers.”