IT companies with World Trade Center offices

A list of IT-related companies that had offices in the World Trade Center towers.

          The following is a list of IT-related companies that had offices in the World Trade Center towers:

          Tower 1 - North Tower

          • AT&T, 51st floor
          • Avenir, 78th floor. A software developer with offices in five US states and India
          • Avesta Computer Services, 21st floor. An IT consulting and software services company, established in 1994, with three other offices in the US and a development facility in India
          • Blue Sky Technologies, 46th floor
          • Cheng Xiang Trading USA, 22nd floor (unconfirmed - Cheng Xiang Tradingwas reported by the Associated Press to be present in the building although IDG News Service could not independently confirm the office)
          • Kanebo Information Systems, 46th floor. The information systems division of Japanese cosmetics company Kanebo
          • Martin Progressive, 77th floor. An IT consulting and outsourcing company with offices in six US cities and London
          • Meganet Management Consultants, 46th floor
          • Network Plus, 81st floor
          • Securant Technologies, 79th floor
          • Strategic Communications, 46th floor
          • Suggested Open System, 46th floor
          • The Beast Dot Com, 80th floor
          Tower 2 - South Tower
          • Paging Network of New York, 14th floor
          • Sun Microsystems, 25th and 26th floors

          (Additional reporting by Gillian Law and Laura Rohde in London.)

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