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Short Take: Global Crossing gets European licenses

Global Crossing, the international telecommunications carrier acquiring Frontier, has obtained the necessary licenses to complete its terrestrial European network, Pan European Crossing. The company expects the first phase of the network, which will connect 13 cities over 6,900 miles, to be operational by the year's end. Global Crossing operates a transatlantic underwater fiber-optic network and has plans for three additional underseas networks and a terrestrial network in Japan.

Global Crossing, the international telecommunications carrier acquiring Frontier, has obtained the necessary licenses to complete its terrestrial European network, Pan European Crossing. The company expects the first phase of the network, which will connect 13 cities over 6,900 miles, to be operational by the year's end. Global Crossing operates a transatlantic underwater fiber-optic network and has plans for three additional underseas networks and a terrestrial network in Japan.