March 9, 2004 Minneapolis, MN--Time Warner Telecom, a provider of managed voice and data networking services for businesses in Minnesota and 21 other states, announced the 121-route mile extension of its fiber network to St. Paul, MN and other Twin Cities suburbs. Time Warner Telecom (Littleton, CO) now operates a 245-fiber route mi network in the Twin Cities to deliver its integrated voice and data communications products and managed networking services to medium and large businesses.
The network extension serves customers in downtown St. Paul, Eagan, Mendota Heights, Burnsville, Plymouth, New Hope, Golden Valley, Wayzata, and major business parks in the seven-county area.
"Many of our Twin Cities customers have asked us to expand our network to the St. Paul area," said Gary Doty, area vice president for Time Warner Telecom. "We are now able to deliver highly reliable, integrated voice, data and dedicated Internet services to these new customers. Essentially, any business in need of sending information at speeds from 1.5 Mbits/sec (T-1) to 10 Gbits/sec (OC-192), will find Time Warner Telecom products, services and solutions to be highly attractive and a reliable alternative to the incumbent."
Time Warner Telecom customers also have access to its national IP backbone and to its high capacity Midwest Regional Network. This network connects the Twin Cities to Milwaukee; Chicago; Columbus; Cincinnati; Dayton, Ohio; and Indianapolis. "Delivering the reach, speed and power today's customers require," Doty added.
Time Warner Telecom's fiber network enables it to deliver a robust mix of managed networking services, including a comprehensive suite of metro Ethernet products and services.