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Global Travel Technology utilizes tier one data center facilities in terms of network connectivity and data center infrastructure design. Headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri, USA with a second facility in Newark, New Jersey, USA these data centers are strategically located proving ideal facilities to distribute Internet data throughout the US and all over the world.  

The St. Louis data center building is a 18-floor steel framed secured building. It is one of the largest telecom facilities at the center of United States. All major carriers such as AT&T, MCI, Qwest, Level 3 Communications, Southwestern Bell, and others have built their facilities in this building. The data center has direct OC3 - OC48 links to UUNET, AT&T, Sprint, Level3, Qwest and Genuity.

What does this mean to me?
bulletReliability.  
Our facilities are rated one of the most reliable among all ISPs worldwide. Redundant Internet backbone connections are used to avoid problems from upstream providers.  All of our backbone connections are purchased after being selected for speed and reliability. Backup network routers, switches and servers to are used to avoid hardware failures. All network and peering connections are monitored 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 
bulletExperience.  
We don't risk your business with one of the many fly-by-night service providers! Serving businesses worldwide since 1994, our facilities host thousands of websites and support over 5 billion hits a month.
bulletFocused Customer Base.  
The data center is focused on serving the new generation Internet entrepreneurs who need dedicated server hosting.  These services are generally too costly for single, end-user sites, therefore only through our service plans are these world class facilities made available to you.  

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Global Travel Technologies 2002

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January, 2003 Best colocation provider 15 months running!
October, 2003
UUNet GigE Internet Backbone Connection added
November, 2003
 St. Louis Technology Top 50 award

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