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Time Warner Selects Sonus for Buildout

Time Warner Telecom will purchase $75 million worth of equipment over next three years

July 25, 2000

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LITTLETON, Colo., and WESTFORD, Mass. -- Time Warner Telecom Inc. (Nasdaq: TWTC-news), a leader in building local and regional optical networks to deliver its comprehensive suite of converged communications products to businesses, today announced an agreement to purchase packet telephony infrastructure solutions from Sonus Networks (Nasdaq: SONS-news) to build out a network that will support next-generation voice and voice/data services.

Time Warner Telecom will purchase equipment to deliver next-generation business-class telephony services and Internet dial tone from Sonus under terms of a three-year agreement valued at up to $75 million. With this deployment, Time Warner Telecom becomes the first major local exchange carrier to massively deploy packet telephony as part of a next-generation service delivery platform/architecture.


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