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The combined company of CenturyLink and Level(3) has one of the largest networks in the world.

The combined company of CenturyLink and Level 3 is a patchwork of data centers that span over Europe, North America, and Latin America. The data centers came through acquisitions that include Global Crossing (2011) and TW Telecom (2014).

A Timeline of Level 3 Acquisitions

  • 2020: CenturyLink rebrands as Lumen Technologies
  • 2017: CenturyLink acquired Level 3's data centers and network for $34 billion
  • 2015: Black Lotus (for Level3's DDoS mitigation product)
  • 2014 Level 3 acquired TW Telecom for $5.7 billion
  • 2012 Level 3 acquired Voxility
  • 2011 Level 3 acquired Global Crossing (GX) for $2.0 Billion
  • 2007: Level(3) acquired Broadwing for $1.4 billion
  • 2006: Level(3) acquired Progress Telecom for $137 million
  • 2006: Level3 acquired Looking Glass Networks for $96 million
  • 2006: Level3 acquired Telcove (Adelphia Business Solutions) for $1.2 billion
  • 2006: Level3 acquired ICG Communications for $163 million
  • 2005: Level 3 acquired WilTel for $680 million
  • 2002: Level3 acquired Genuity for $242 million
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