Global Crossing expands network management services in Latin America; services are being expanded to Brazil and Argentina

July 7, 2008

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BUENOS AIRES -- Global Crossing (Nasdaq: GLBC), a leading global IP solutions provider, today announced that it is expanding its offer of Network Management Services in Latin America. Currently, Global Crossing offers these services to several large enterprises in Colombia, supporting more than 2,500 monitored end points in the country. Based on this success and more than two years of its own market research, Global Crossing recently expanded the services to Brazil and will offer them in Argentina soon.

Through its Network Management Services, Global Crossing can manage part or all of customers' communications infrastructure, based on their preference. Additionally, by utilizing Network Management Services, enterprises can also benefit from the best practices of the IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL) and Project Management Institute (PMI), adopted by Global Crossing for its customers in Latin America. ITIL is the world's most widely accepted approach to IT service management, while PMI is the leading membership association for project management professionals.

"As outsourcing demands grow in the enterprises we serve, Global Crossing continues to focus on the critical needs of IT managers and CIOs to ensure high-quality, security and reliability," said Leonardo Barbero, senior vice president of data and Internet products for Global Crossing Latin America. "The expansion of these services to other countries addresses market demand, while the adoption of best practices underscores our commitment to provide the corporate market with services supported by the highest standards in the industry."

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