Covad takes ADSL 2+ national

Wilson, Carol
June 2007
Telephony;6/4/2007, Vol. 248 Issue 10, p18
Trade Publication
The article reports that Covad Communications Group Inc. is delivering 15 megabytes per second data services for small businesses in the U.S. Using the ADSL 2+ technology, the service is aimed at businesses with less than five employees and high-end telecommuter such as graphic designers who need the extra bandwidth. According to Anne Merkert, vice president of product marketing for Covad, the service is aimed at companies that have a high need for bandwidth and are willing to pay for it.


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