TeliaSonera International Carrier signs IP Transit deal with Caucasus Online
TeliaSonera International Carrier (TSIC) will supply Caucasus Online with high quality IP Transit connectivity based on its global IP network. The deal, taking the partnership into its 6th year, enables Caucasus Online to power its users with scalable, global reach at the speed of fiber. Caucasus Online’s customers will benefit from direct high speed access to the content, gaming and social communities most demanded by its Internet customers.
Caucasus Online is, today, the dominant fixed data and long distance telephony provider in Georgia. Since
1998, Caucasus Online has been shaping the Georgian Internet service provider market. In 2006, it consolidated the market acquiring two competitors, Georgia Online and Sanet. This was followed by the acquisition of Telenet which allowed Caucasus Online to offer a full range of ISP services and connectivity across Georgia.
Erik Hallberg, President, TeliaSonera International Carrier, says “Our commitment to provide our clients with the reach, scale and reliability they deserve is unwavering. With this new IP Transit service agreement with Caucasus Online, we will power it’s users with a world class IP Transit service.”
Levan Khundadze, General Director, Caucasus Online, adds: “As a capacity and Internet provider, TeliaSonera International Carrier plays an important role in the whole Caucasus region. We consider them a hugely significant partner, with high potential for growth.”
TeliaSonera International Carrier’s global network’s reliability and service quality has received industry recognition including Best Wholesale Carrier (World Communication Awards, Nov 2011) and Best Global Optical Service Provider (DWDM and Optical Networking Awards, June 2012). Leveraging experience and expertise from operating one of the world’s largest fiber backbones, TeliaSonera International Carrier is well placed to build and provide exceptional network infrastructure and services – empowering individuals, businesses and societies to execute their most critical activities.