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Dorel Industries migrates to AT&T MPLS network

Dorel Industries Inc., a Montreal-based juvenile products and bicycle company, has selected AT&T to connect more than 40 offices and integrate its worldwide operations and multiple divisions.


January 31, 2013  


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Dorel Industries Inc., a Montreal-based juvenile products and bicycle company, has selected AT&T to connect more than 40 offices and integrate its worldwide operations and multiple divisions.

Under the agreement, AT&T is responsible for connecting a number of Dorel’s sites in North America, Europe and Asia through its MPLS-enabled Virtual Private Network (VPN), which the two companies say will enhance employee collaboration and productivity, and provide access to shared resources across the organization.

With the migration to VPN service, Dorel will replace multiple legacy platforms in order to achieve greater flexibility to add locations and applications as its global business continues to grow, the two companies said in a release.

The agreement builds on an existing relationship between Dorel and AT&T, which has been providing Dorel with VPN and managed Internet services as well as voice and video conferencing services. 

Dorel has annual sales of US$2.4 billion and employs 5,000 people in facilities located in 22 countries worldwide.