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Bill O’Neill Heads to Global Crossing to Lead Fed Sales

Bill O'Neill

Global Crossing (Nasdaq: GLBC) has hired Bill O’Neill to lead federal sales.

O’Neill formerly served as vice president of Qwest Government Services.

“I’m delighted to be joining Global Crossing at a time when there is so much attention focused on cybersecurity, virtualization and IP solutions, ” O’Neill said. “The company’s global reach, industry-leading customer experience scores, and robust voice, data, video and security solutions are a great match for the current needs of this customer set.”

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