Chapel Hill Broadband to market CitiCom Fiber Networks' duct capacity and fiber

Feb. 20, 2001--CitiCom Fiber Networks will use Chapel Hill Broadband, based in North Carolina, to broker the sale of CitiCom Fiber Network's duct capacity and fiber to CLECs, ISPs, cable companies and IT companies.

CitiCom Fiber Networks, an open access provider of central business district multi-tenant underground infrastructure and telehousing facilities for the telecommunications and information technology industries, announced plans to market its new fiber optic networks by using Chapel Hill Broadband, Inc., a carrier-neutral broker of fiber optic infrastructure and wholesale bandwidth capacity worldwide.

CitiCom Fiber Networks will use Chapel Hill Broadband, based in North Carolina, to broker the sale of CitiCom Fiber Network's duct capacity and fiber to CLECs, ISPs, cable companies and IT companies seeking to grow their markets in central business districts of Tier 2 and Tier 3 markets throughout the U.S.

CitiCom Fiber Networks is developing core fiber optic infrastructure networks within the central business districts of strategic medium-sized markets. The networks are designed to provide a multiple-user duct structure which would allow prospective telecommunications providers to economically and speedily create points of presence and ultimately provide retail telecommunications service with the highest levels of network security and integrity.

About Chapel Hill Broadband:

Chapel Hill Broadband, which specializes in physical fiber transactions, brokers metro fiber, long-haul fiber, conduit, collocation and wholesale OCN capacity, catering to the 300+ facilities based long-haul and metro providers in the U.S., as well as telecoms in Europe and Latin America. For more information, visit www.chbroadband.com.

About CitiCom Fiber Networks:

Based in St. Louis, CitiCom Fiber Networks was founded in October 2000. It plans to open networks in 10 central business districts of Tier 2 and Tier 3 markets in 2001.

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