Time Warner Cable Business Class completes Southern California fiber deployment

DECEMBER 16, 2010 -- Time Warner Cable Business Class, the business-to-business arm of Time Warner Cable (NYSE: TWC), says it has completed a $120 million expansion of its fiber-optic telecommunications infrastructure in Southern California.

DECEMBER 16, 2010 -- Time Warner Cable Business Class, the business-to-business arm of Time Warner Cable (NYSE: TWC), says it has completed a $120 million expansion of its fiber-optic telecommunications infrastructure in Southern California. The deployment project more than doubled the number of potential serviceable businesses in its coverage area and will make Business Class services -- including phone, Internet, Ethernet, and cable television -- available to an additional 125,000 serviceable businesses in the region.

As part of this project, Time Warner Cable Business Class installed more than 360,000 miles of fiber-optic cable in 16 rings. The ring networks provide 50-msec restoration capabilities.

The 16 new rings target major business arteries throughout Southern California, including parts of the San Fernando Valley (Chatsworth, Van Nuys), San Gabriel Valley (Hacienda Heights, La Mirada), Orange County (Costa Mesa, Cypress, Tustin), Inland Empire (Ontario, Pomona, Fontana, Corona), West Los Angeles (Santa Monica), Downtown Los Angeles, Hollywood, and the South Bay (Torrance, Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach, Hermosa Beach).

“For the first time, business customers in areas where Time Warner Cable Business Class operates have a viable choice when selecting a telecommunications services provider,” said Time Warner Cable Business Class Regional Vice President Dave Montierth. “This choice delivers considerable value by way of reliable services, a one-on-one customer service experience and an estimated 10 to 15 percent cost savings when compared to other providers.”

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