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    Ethernet Expo: Shop 'Till You Drop

    (OCTOBER 13, 2005) NEW YORK - Ethernet Expo - Demand for Ethernet services may be on the rise, but it can still be tough to get those services - even in New York City. At a carrier and enterprise roundtable session, here, some Big Apple users spun their tales of woe trying to get connected up. Part of the problem is...

    Local Erie Internet Pioneer to Partner with Expedient Data Centers

    Expedient engages Chuck Peters to assist with its expansion and the roll out of new technology/Product Line, Ethernet Anywhere. (ERIE, PA - SEPTEMBER 28, 2005) - Charles (Chuck) Peters a long-time, active member of the Erie Technology community, has entered into a partnership with Expedient Data Centers, a Pittsburgh based commercial Internet Service Provider (ISP), to advise, oversee and represent its...

    Expedient Data Centers Rolls Through Downtown Pittsburgh on Two-Wheels During Aggressive Product Launch

    (PITTSBURGH, PA - AUGUST 31, 2005) - If you have been strolling the streets downtown during lunch the past week you have probably noticed a very strange scene. And no, you were not dreaming, that was a “train” of nine Segway’s crossing the street. Segways, being an innovative product in their own right, go hand-in-hand with the innovative product that Expedient...

    In the Fast Lane - Expedient's "Ethernet Anywhere" Peps Up Reliable Copper Lines to Fiber-Like Speeds

    Expedient’s “Ethernet Anywhere” Peps Up Reliable Copper Lines to Fiber-Like Speeds (TEQ: July/August 2005) - Remember your father’s old Volkswagen? It was simple, economical, pretty cool to look at, but oh so slow - kind of like Internet connectivity on copper lines. Well, there’s a digital divide in this country, where those who do business over fiber enjoy speeds the folks...

    Ethernet Goes Wide at Supercomm

    Heavy Reading senior analyst Stan Hubbard predicted we would see a few carriers touting deployments, especially of multipoint Ethernet services using either virtual private LAN (VPLS) technology or Sonet with RPR, as well as some interest in access technologies that make use of existing copper (see Supercomm Preview, Part I). And he was right on: Broadwing Communications LLC and OnFiber...