GTT Hires Corey Eng As Chief Marketing Officer

GTT (NYSE MKT:GTT) today announced that Corey Eng has joined the GTT leadership team as Chief Marketing Officer. Mr. Eng is responsible for product management, marketing communications and branding for GTT. Specifically, Mr. Eng will be responsible for expanding GTT’s cloud networking service portfolio and establishing GTT as a global brand trusted by multinational clients for delivery solutions with simplicity, speed and agility.

“Corey’s expertise in using client insight to define our EtherCloud® service offerings will position the company to successfully achieve our aggressive growth plans,” said Rick Calder, CEO and President of GTT. “Additionally, Corey’s branding and marketing communications experience will provide the company with a brand platform that distinguishes GTT as the most preferred Tier 1 IP network with the most interconnected Ethernet service platform around the world,” added Mr. Calder.

Mr. Eng is a veteran of the communications industry bringing more than 20 years of marketing and product management experience to the company. Prior to joining GTT, Mr. Eng was Vice President of Marketing for Comcast Business Services. Before Comcast, Mr. Eng held several senior level marketing positions with some of the leading network companies including Nextel, Broadwing, Winstar, and MCI.

About GTT

GTT operates a global Tier 1 IP network with the most interconnected Ethernet service platform around the world. We provide highly reliable, scalable and secure cloud networking services. Our clients trust us to deliver solutions with simplicity, speed and agility that are unmatched by other network providers. For more information, please visit GTT at www.gtt.net.

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