Internet backbone provider Lumen leaves Russia

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Lumen operates more than 500,000 miles of fibre worldwide
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Lumen operates more than 500,000 miles of fibre worldwide

The firm, with clients including Rostelecom and TransTelekom, intends to cease all commercial activities as soon as possible

Lumen Technologies, a global provider of internet infrastructure, has terminated its operations in Russia. The company said it is quitting the country over concerns of an 'increased security ris...

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