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Are any of those 3 going to be in business for long? I visited their DC operations center (Broadwing) in a recent RFP round... We were left disapointed. The site was very poor, fiber loops draped on the floor that anyone could snag or trample. Plus their techs were walking about with open drink containers - which left us a little uneasy... roll into that that it is only manned 5x12 with pager support after hours - left us with ruling them out of serious consideration... On Jul 27, 2001 Karyn Ulriksen spake: > > Just remember that Broadwing is not actually a Tier 1 provider. They are a > Tier 2 striving to become a Tier 1. When I was looking at them, I found > that you could obtain just as good or better pricing from an actual Tier 1 > provider. Check out Exodus, Verio, and Genuity. Last I checked they were > offering some seriously competitive pricing on OCs. > > K > > -----Original Message----- > From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of > Hansel E. Lee Jr. > Sent: Friday, July 27, 2001 8:59 AM > To: firstname.lastname@example.org > Subject: Broadwing > Sensitivity: Confidential > > > > All, > > I'm considering using Broadwing for some IP transport and am interested > in hearing feedback from anyone else who is currently using them. > Reliable/Unreliable, Good service? > > Hansel E. Lee Jr. > Director of IP Engineering > Western Integrated Networks, LLC ( WINfirst <http://www.winfirst.com> ) > 2000 S Colorado Blvd, 2-800 > Denver, CO 80222 > (303) 407-1685 (office) > (303) 601-1174 (cell) > (978) 246-0378 (fax) > > -- Rich Sena - email@example.com ThickNET Consulting "On the way to understanding; you understand, and forget."