Time Warner Telecom extends Atlanta fiber network

January 20, 2006 Atlanta, GA -- Time Warner Telecom has announced a 130-mile extension of its fiber network to the greater Atlanta cities of Alpharetta, Smyrna, Norcross, Perimeter, and Roswell. The service provider operates and maintains a fiber network infrastructure and a 10-Gbit/sec IP backbone delivering metro Ethernet, next-generation services, and integrated voice and data platforms to medium and large Atlanta-area businesses.

January 20, 2006 Atlanta, GA -- Time Warner Telecom has announced a 130-mile extension of its fiber network to the greater Atlanta cities of Alpharetta, Smyrna, Norcross, Perimeter, and Roswell. The service provider operates and maintains a fiber network infrastructure and a 10-Gbit/sec IP backbone delivering metro Ethernet, next-generation services, and integrated voice and data platforms to medium and large Atlanta-area businesses.

"This extension of our network enables us to offer converged communications solutions to more than 6,000 additional businesses located in the Atlanta area," says Rick Brunatti, vice president and general manager for Time Warner Telecom in Atlanta. "Our expanded network can bring the highest quality, business-class voice and data services available to more than 350 commercial buildings in greater Atlanta. At the same time we can offer connectivity via our multipoint wide area networking solution to large cities in southeast and across the country."

As of September 30, 2005, Time Warner Telecom had more than 20,000 route miles of fiber in its network.

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