Verizon Business Selected for Data and Voice Services

November 5, 2008
By Katie Packard

Verizon Business will provide a broad range of data and advanced voice services to the U.S. Defense Department's Defense Information Technology Contracting Organization through two agreements worth up to $1.12 billion. Under one agreement valued at as much as $752 million, Verizon Business will provide the Defense Department with data services, including network-based Internet protocol virtual private network services based on multi-protocol label switching, asynchronous transfer mode and wireless and point-to-point private lines for existing services. In a separate agreement valued at as much as $368 million, Verizon Business will be the primary provider for voice services to help more than 700,000 users at military locations worldwide communicate and collaborate effectively.

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