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Global Crossing is using Global Crossing’s new EtherSphere Service to support TTX Company’s data center back-up services

August 17, 2010

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FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Global Crossing (NASDAQ: GLBC), a leading global IP solutions provider, today announced that TTX Company, North America’s leading provider of railcars and related freight car management services, is using Global Crossing’s new EtherSphere™ Service to support TTX Company’s data center back-up services, as well as to support TTX Company’s business operations at seven U.S. locations. Under the agreement signed with Global Crossing, the railroad services company also has purchased Global Crossing’s IP VPN Service™ and Dedicated Internet Access (DIA) service.

Global Crossing has interconnected TTX Company’s data center to Global Crossing’s leading Multi Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) converged IP network by replacing circuits from multiple providers and by converging access to Global Crossing’s private and public IP backbone, resulting in a more efficient and flexible network architecture.

“The flexibility of Global Crossing’s EtherSphere service enables us to fine-tune our network needs according to business dynamics,” said Jerry Gott, senior manager of network infrastructure at TTX Company. “Having this flexibility has significantly improved the efficiency of our business today, and will provide similar benefits over the long run.”

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