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DSL Extreme Adds Asynch Ethernet Services

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LOS ANGELES -- DSL Extreme, a leading broadband Internet access provider nationwide, announced the expansion of its high-speed Business Ethernet service portfolio, in partnership with MegaPath Wholesale, the carrier division of MegaPath that provides facilities-based, wholesale telecommunications services in North America. In addition to DSL Extreme's symmetric Business Ethernet services, the company now offers asymmetric speeds ranging from 8x1 Mbps up to 50x10 Mbps, giving small, medium and large business customers affordable bandwidth options backed by business-class service level agreements (SLAs). The new Ethernet services are all value priced, starting at only $115.00 per month.

For businesses with greater downstream than upstream bandwidth demands, asymmetric Business Ethernet services offer several advantages over other value-priced services like cable, including superior performance and reliability, backed by business-class SLAs, and a business-class platform engineered to support voice and video.

DSL Extreme's Business Ethernet service portfolio provides organizations with high-bandwidth, reliable and cost-effective solutions, as compared to expensive high-speed alternatives. In addition to its new asymmetric Ethernet services, DSL Extreme offers symmetric Business Ethernet services that deliver more dedicated bandwidth at lower costs than traditional or bonded T1 services. Business Ethernet uses newer technology with greater throughput at the high end of the portfolio than T1 and DS3 services and is extremely failsafe and reliable, with a 99.9% business-class SLA uptime guarantee. Ethernet is also easier, faster and less costly to connect and scale than T1 and DS3 services.

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