In brief: Broadwing teams with Covad on DSL

Broadwing Communications is teaming with Covad Communications to offer DSL access to Broadwing customers in 50 cities across the U.S.

Broadwing Communications is teaming with Covad Communications to offer DSL access to Broadwing customers in 50 cities across the U.S.

The service provider plans to offer its frame relay users DSL access later this quarter and then provide DSL to dedicated IP access customers "shortly after that."

Today, Broadwing does not offer DSL access to any of its customers. The company, a subsidiary of Corvis, says there is no committed volume or dollar amount associated with the deal.

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