Time Warner Cable Business Class Expands Fiber Network to Bring 10 GBPS Internet Speeds to One World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan
January 27, 2015 | New York, NY
Time Warner Cable (NYSE: TWC) today announced that it has completed an investment to expand its advanced communications network to One World Trade Center, the iconic 104-story office building that stands a symbolic 1,776 feet in New York City’s Lower Manhattan.
Time Warner Cable, through its Business Services unit, has pulled more than 1.5 miles of fiber and coaxial cable into and throughout One World Trade Center. All 3 million square feet of the Class A office building now has access to a full suite of Time Warner Cable Business Class communications products and services, including network and Internet speeds as fast as 10 Gbps.
Phil Meeks, EVP and Chief Operating Officer of Time Warner Cable Business Services, said, “Our network expansion to One World Trade Center provides business tenants with access to one of the fastest and most reliable networks founds anywhere in New York City, making it an even more attractive business address. We’re proud to partner with the Durst organization to invest in Lower Manhattan’s continued economic revitalization.”
About Time Warner Cable Business Services
Time Warner Cable Business Services, a division of Time Warner Cable, offers a full complement of business communications tools to small, medium and enterprise-sized companies under its Time Warner Cable Business Class brand. Its Internet, voice, television, network and cloud services are enhanced by award-winning customer service and local support teams. Through its NaviSite subsidiary, Time Warner Cable Business Services also offers scalable managed services, including application services, enterprise hosting, and managed cloud services primarily in the U.S. and U.K. Time Warner Cable Business Services, founded in 1998, serves approximately 675,000 business customers throughout Time Warner Cable's service areas. For more information, visit http://business.twc.com.
Topics: BUSINESS INTERNET