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June 20, 2001
SEATTLE -- Terabeam Corp., a provider of high-speed optics telecommunication service, today announced that Vault Capital, a Seattle-based venture capital firm, has connected to the Terabeam network. Vault Capital, an early investor of Terabeam, has offices in the Smith Tower, one of Terabeam's Seattle hub sites. Vault is connected to that hub site with a short fiber-optic cable run. From there, Vault's data is sent on Terabeam's Fiberless Optic(tm) network. "Vault is a good example of the different ways Terabeam can provide light-speed service," said Steve Elfman, Terabeam's executive vice president of network operations and chief information officer. "We may be known as a free space optics provider, fiber-optics without the fiber, but we are flexible. When Vault Capital needed our help provisioning their service to light up separate, but not adjacent floors of a skyscraper, we were able to do that from one transceiver with fiber-optic cable connections to those other floors, and do it quickly." Terabeam Corp.
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