n America, the company’s main competitors are Telefonica, Telmex and national incumbent telecommunications carriers. For voice services the company’s key competitors are other providers of communications services, including AT&T, Verizon, CenturyLink, CLECs and national incumbent telecommunications carriers. In North America, these companies include Equinix, Terremark (Verizon), and CoreSite. In Europe, competitors include Equinix, Global Switch, InterXion, Telecity and Telehouse Europe. In Latin America, its major competitors include Telefonica, Telmex, and IBM. For CDN services, the company’s key competitors include Akamai Technologies and Limelight Networks. In the enterprise and government markets, the company’s key competitors in North America include ILECs (such as AT&T, Verizon and CenturyLink) and CLECs (such as tw telecom and XO). In Europe, they include BT, Cable & Wireless, Deutsche Telekom and Orange. In Latin America, competitors include Telefonica and Telmex. Regulation The company has obtained Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approval to land its transoceanic cables in the United States. It has also obtained FCC authorization to provide international services on a facilities and resale basis, as well as through various wireless licenses. History Level 3 Communications, Inc. was founded in 1884.
level 3 communications inc
1025 Eldorado Boulevard
Broomfield, CO 80021
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