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Cbeyond Extends Ethernet Reach

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ATLANTA -- After 24 months of aggressive initiatives to build out its own fiber connectivity as well as partner with key industry players for additional fiber and EFM connectivity, Cbeyond Inc. (Nasdaq:CBEY), the technology ally to small and mid-sized businesses, today announced it has the capability to reach more than 190,000 multi-tenant buildings across the nation -- one of the largest Metro Ethernet serving areas available. All Cbeyond markets--including, for the first time, Boston, Detroit, Minneapolis-St. Paul and Seattle--now have access to a much broader Metro Ethernet footprint which reaches triple the number of buildings previously served. These markets can now also offer up to 100 Mbps of network connectivity to businesses poised to embrace Cloud computing services. Through its TotalNetwork(TM) Metro Ethernet service, Cbeyond now offers improved market coverage, faster speeds and better service delivery across its entire 14-city metropolitan service area which includes Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, Minneapolis-St. Paul and Washington D.C. The expansion in the number of addressable buildings and growth in bandwidth capabilities ranging from 10 Mbps to 100 Mbps represent immediate access to high-speed, symmetric bandwidth for current and prospective Cbeyond customers. Cbeyond Communications

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