Con Edison Communications announces $10 million relationship with EurekaGGN

Feb. 23, 2001--Con Edison Communications, Inc. (CEC) has announced the formation of a relationship with EurekaGGN, a provider of integrated communications services.

Con Edison Communications, Inc. (CEC) has announced the formation of a relationship with EurekaGGN, a provider of integrated communications services. This new alliance, which is expected to generate up to $10 million in revenues for CEC over the course of the agreement, will enable CEC to gain access to as many as 150 New York City buildings currently served by EurekaGGN.

Under the terms of the five-year agreement, CEC will offer access to its fiber optic broadband network to EurekaGGN, which will, in turn, provide the telecommunications and Internet services within the buildings where EurekaGGN already has access, including voice services, dedicated Internet access and value-added Internet Protocol-based application services.

About EurekaGGN:

Established in December 2000 through the merger of Eureka Broadband and Gillette Global Network, EurekaGGN is a facilities-based provider of bandwidth-intensive network services. For more information, visit www.eurekaggn.com.

About Con Edison Communications, Inc.:

Con Edison Communications, Inc. (CEC) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Consolidated Edison, Inc. CEC, a carrier's carrier, will offer a comprehensive range of value-added products and services designed to enhance the performance of its customers' networks. For more information, visit www.electricfiber.com.

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