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But residents northeast of the proposed crossing worry that it would increase street traffic.
By attempting to create a safe environment where large liquidity providers can locate large liquidity seekers without the risk of being traded ahead of, crossing networks try to minimize market impact and information liquidity and simplify the trading process.
We thoroughly researched telecommunications network cost vendors before ultimately selecting TEOCO due to their telecom knowledge, automation experience and comprehensive and secure product offering," said Rob Klug, chief accounting officer at Global Crossing.
Award-winning Web Crossing is a scalable, tightly integrated collaboration tool serving a broad-spectrum of functionality and serves millions of pages per day at thousands of sites, including well-known, high traffic sites as The NY Times, Salon's TableTalk and Electronic Arts.
The inheritance settings are great and match the hierarchy structure that Web Crossing provides.
Global Crossing has demonstrated a technology vision in which customer value has been paramount," explains Frost & Sullivan Research Analyst Vinod Ramanathan.
Web Crossing is a great tool for online user support, giving you happier customers and a more productive support staff," explained Tim Lundeen, president and CEO of Web Crossing, Inc.
Global Crossing (NASDAQ: GLBCE) provides telecommunications solutions over the world's first integrated global IP-based network.
The Quiksilver Crossing is about exploration and adventure; it's about cruising through exotic locales, seeking out the perfect wave," said Bob McKnight, CEO, Quiksilver.
Available immediately, the Brainstorm plug-in is compatible with all Web Crossing and Web Crossing Express setups.