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McLean, Virginia – March 28, 2023 – GTT Communications, Inc., a leading global provider of managed network and security services to multinational organizations, announced that it was designated as a certified partner for Microsoft Operator Connect, giving clients a simpler and more reliable path to the productivity gains of integrated SIP Trunking voice-over-IP service integrated with Microsoft Teams.

As more enterprises adopt the voice-over-IP capabilities of Microsoft Teams, a disruptive unified communications tool used by enterprises around the world to increase employee productivity, Operator Connect provides a tool for administrators to assign Teams user numbers and call plans more quickly and efficiently. With today’s announcement, GTT is positioned to deliver those capabilities on a global scale.

“GTT’s Operator Connect offers direct peering and integration with Microsoft Teams worldwide in a way that is easy and quick to deploy and offers superior support and reliability,” said Todd Kiehn, senior vice president of Strategy & Product, GTT. “As a certified partner, GTT now provides our SIP Trunking service integrated with Microsoft Teams to give customers a resilient, easy-to-use calling solution to help their employees to stay productive. Regardless of whether we are working with a new or existing customer, the joint solution provides an easy onboarding process and simple and quick access to voice calling over a collaboration platform which our customers’ employees are already familiar with.”  

Delivering critical business communication capabilities over a single IP connection, GTT SIP Trunking improves collaboration and infrastructure efficiency to help drive productivity and efficiency. GTT’s fully redundant, global and robust SIP-based network has been purpose-built to meet the demands of bandwidth-intensive applications like Microsoft Teams. The company delivers SIP Trunking across a diverse, low-latency Tier 1 IP backbone network that covers six continents and includes geographically redundant session border controllers to facilitate scalability. 

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