TWC Pitches Businesses in N.Y

Gibbons, Kent
October 2007
Multichannel News;10/8/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 40, p22
The article reports on the new live TV networks offered by Time Warner Cable (TWC). TWC offers networks such as CNN, CNBC, and others to its business customers with cable-modem service. Moreover, the company introduced a 100-channel IPTV service aimed at Fortune 500 corporations but also offered to small shops. The service requires 4 Megabits-per-second core local-area network bandwidth capacity, existing IP networks and others.


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