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Carrier Hotel Alliance Expands

The Carrier Hotel Alliance has expanded its membership to include 1102 GRAND, Kansas City's largest carrier-neutral interconnection facility

April 27, 2007

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NEW YORK -- The Carrier Hotel Alliance (CHA) announced today that it has expanded its membership to include 1102 GRAND, Kansas City's largest carrier-neutral interconnection facility. 1102 GRAND will debut its new participation in the CHA suite at the 2007 Global Telecommunications Meeting (GTM) May 21-24 in Washington, DC.

Comprised of representatives from some of the largest network interconnection points in North America, the CHA helps attendees develop a strategy for global facilities and network deployment in just a few short meetings. CHA events provide exceptional business development and relationship-building opportunities by facilitating one-on-one meetings between decision-makers and network operators; a complimentary online meeting scheduler allows network operators to arrange private meetings prior to GTM with representatives from each of the major carrier hotels.

"We are thrilled to join CRG West, tel(x), and The Westin Building in this important alliance," said Darren Bonawitz, Partner at 1102 GRAND. "Carrier hotels play a vital role in enabling exchange among next generation networks and services, and banding together with the common goal of enabling network- building increases the power of that position exponentially."

"It's a win-win situation for GTM attendees," commented Michael Boyle, Director of Business Development for the Westin Building. "The combination of international network operators, equipment manufacturers, and facility owners in the CHA allows attendees to buy and build the necessary infrastructure for the next phase of telecommunications growth."

1102 GRAND, LLC

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