Mexico's leading glass producer calls on AT&T to develop network

One of the world's top glass suppliers awarded AT&T Inc. a $2.5 million contract to develop a new international network to connect the company's operations in the United States.

Monterrey, Mexico-based Vitro SA de CV (NYSE: VTO) charged AT&T with the task of building an Internet Protocol Virtual Private Network at 64 of Vitro's regional offices and retail locations in the U.S. AT&T (NYSE: T) also will provide DSL Internet service to 68 of Vitro's other locations.

The contract lasts three years and also includes managed network services; local, long-distance and international telephone calls; and toll-free services.

Vitro manufactures and distributes many of the glass items sold to American consumers every day, including windows for homes and offices, car and truck windshields and food and beverage containers.

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600450 Mexico's leading glass producer calls on AT&T to develop network
Date: 6 June 2006

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