Terabeam Adds Mile-High Customer

Links first Denver customer, Ecovate, to free-space optics network

July 25, 2001

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SEATTLE -- Terabeam Corp., a provider of light-speed optical telecommunication service, has connected its first Denver customer to the Terabeam metropolitan area network. Ecovate, a wholesale provider of converged communications solutions such as enhanced conferencing and collaboration, was linked to Terabeam's network nine days after it ordered the service. "When our previous provider suddenly could not serve us, we needed high-capacity service right away," said Dan King, Ecovate's CEO. "Terabeam not only provides us with the service we needed, but was able to connect us and get us working nine days after we called them. With other solutions, we would have been waiting months." Terabeam's free space optic network in Denver operates through four hub sites that, in effect, light nearly 80% of downtown Denver. Businesses within line-of sight to one of those hub sites can connect to the Terabeam network to gain Internet access or link their offices as if they were all in one building. Terabeam Corp.

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