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Terabeam Announces Denver Launch

Has constructed a fiberless optics metro area network serving 70 to 80 percent of downtown Denver

June 22, 2001

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DENVER -- Terabeam Corp., a provider of light-speed optics telecommunication service, today announced that it has launched service in the core business center of Denver, Colorado. Denver is the second city in the United States in which Terabeam is providing service. Terabeam has been serving customers in Seattle since February. "By bringing our technology to Denver, we have, in effect, instantly lit 70 to 80% of downtown Denver with optical speed data connectivity," said Dan Hesse, chairman, president and CEO of Terabeam. "And we did so without digging up the streets, laying fiber optic cable or targeting just the most populated areas. If we can 'see' your business location and you want or need fiber optic speeds and capacity, we can provide it, and provide it quickly."Terabeam Corp.

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