GTT Communications, Inc. (NYSE: GTT), a global cloud networking provider to multinational clients, announced today that Greenyard (Euronext Brussels: GREEN), a global distributor of fresh, frozen and prepared fruits, vegetables, flowers and plants, has selected GTT to provide managed SD-WAN services to 80 sites across Europe and North America. GTT now also supports Greenyard’s unified communications platform with its SIP Trunking service, including over 6,000 telephone numbers, with global termination.
“We are pleased to extend our relationship with Greenyard, by adding SD-WAN and SIP Trunking as part of its cost-efficient cloud migration strategy,” stated Rick Calder, GTT president and CEO. “We look forward to continuing to support Greenyard’s ICT transformation and helping connect their people around the world and to every application in the cloud.”
GTT says its SD-WAN platform provides a resilient, secure network "that connects Greenyard’s people around the world to the critical applications they rely on every day." According to a press statement, the new network has redundant connectivity in place at each of Greenyard’s sites in an active-active configuration, to ensure network resiliency. GTT’s global, Tier 1 IP backbone also provides private and secure connectivity to leading cloud service providers for best-in-class application performance.
“Greenyard has taken decisive steps to consolidate, transform and modernize our ICT infrastructure to run mission-critical cloud applications, which is instrumental to our company’s future competitiveness,” commented Luc Verbist, group director, ICT at Greenyard. “GTT’s SD-WAN, SIP Trunking and industry-leading global network are the foundation for our cloud strategy and its resulting cost efficiencies,” he added.