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Telefonica, China Unicom strike PoPs sharing agreement

Tuesday 22 November 2011 | 05:29 CET | News
Telefonica International Wholesale Services and China Unicom have signed an agreement to expand and strengthen their global presence by sharing points of presence (PoPs) in their international networks. Under the terms of the agreement, Telefonica will be able to access China Unicom's points of presence in Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, Australia, France, and Sweden. China Unicom will be able to access Telefonica's PoPs in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemala, Panama, Peru, Venezuela, Mexico, US, Puerto Rico, Germany, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, Slovenia, Slovakia,

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Companies: China Unicom / Telefonica- Movistar
Countries: World
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