Telia Carrier Expands Availability of Its Services in Germany

Telia Carrier Expands Availability of Its Services in Germany

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Telia Carrier today announced its new partnership with Savecall, Germany’s top consultant and broker of ICT services with offices in Munich, Wiesbaden and Berlin. In addition to Savecall’s consulting and brokering services, this partnership allows the company to act as a reseller of Telia Carrier’s complete suite of IP, Wavelength and Ethernet services.

Savecall mediates provider-neutral expert solutions including point-to-point Ethernet, leased line and Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) services for IT and telecommunications companies. The company offers customers risk and cost reduction through the standardization of basic IT services coupled with powerful virtualization solutions.

“At Savecall, one of our guiding principles is to rapidly deliver competitive and agile solutions to our customers. Leveraging Telia Carrier’s expertise in this market and superior customer service, our customers will benefit from the inclusion of Telia Carrier’s top-ranked network services in our portfolio.”, said Nikolaus von Johnston, General Manager, Savecall.

“Savecall’s expertise in the distribution of wholesale telecommunications service makes them the perfect partner for Telia Carrier. This partnership is another step in our ongoing mission to onboard partners who are able to bring our exceptional global network services portfolio to customers beyond our direct sales channels”, said Phuong Nguyen, Channel & Business Development, Telia Carrier.

Telia Carrier’s global fiber backbone was built organically, without acquisitions, and is the first to be 100G-enabled in both Europe and North America. It is also the first network to successfully transmit 1 Tb/s on its US network. According to Dyn Research’s global backbone rankings, AS1299, Telia Carrier’s global IP backbone is currently ranked top-two.

Telia Carrier’s rapid growth and ascension through the rankings was recently highlighted in Dyn’s ‘Baker’s Dozen, 2015 edition’ report. The company enables worldwide connectivity by connecting more than 200 Points of Presence (PoPs) across Europe, North America, Asia, and the Middle East including over 70 PoPs in North America alone.

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