Company gains access to SynterraÂs network for steering customer traffic to major Russian cities.Just as President Barack Obama breaks bread this week with Russian leaders, Verizon Business, in the Basking Ridge section of Bernards, said it signed a services agreement with Synterra, a telecom provider in Moscow.
Under the agreement, Verizon Business, a division of Verizon Communications Inc., gains access to SynterraÂs network for steering customer traffic to major Russian cities. SynterraÂs customers likewise can use the Verizon Business network for communications abroad.
The exchange between networks revolves around SynterraÂs data center in Moscow. Customers in Russia routed through the data center will be able to access voice, data and video services from Verizon Business. Customer traffic from Verizon Business likewise will be channeled through the data center to the Synterra network.
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