Below is a collection of links as put together by a person named David T. Groves. We do not accept any responsibility for incorrect data or links. We are merely attempting to place this here as a source of due diligence for anyone looking to do research on Corvis. Again all that follows is David’s links and none of our own.
Corvis Takes Matters Into Its Own Hands
Corvis sees the light
Broadwing/Corvis union: Year One- read second page of article also.
Broadwing’s new lease on life:
Broadwing expands with Corvis gear
Mark Pugerude to Lead Broadwing VoIP Introduction
Broadwing Hires 25-Year Industry Veteran to Launch and Lead Government Services Initiative
Although the Needham Investors Conference in January showed some great insight in the direction Corvis is going, it has become unavialable from the link at the Corvis homepage. Some of the subsequent articles above, show how they are implementing it.
Luckily, I saved some slides from the presentation that show nicely where we are headed.
Managing Broadwing for Growth: Government, Cable, Media, Broadcasting
Metro Access Strategy: They lit up a loop in Florida and have 200 projects like that slated!
Market Attack Plan: Large Enterprises
Market Attack Plan: Mid Enterprises
Summary: They expect to be BREAKEVEN in mid 2004. Mark Spagnolo, Broadwings CEO stated “if not sooner” and that breakeven will come from grooming the network and cost savings, it does NOT rely on new customers!.
This is a PDF (acrobat) presentation from last year on the corvis site.
Broadwing Announces Bandwidth on Reserve For Carriers and Large Enterprises
Corvis / Focal Comm – 4000 customers $320 million revs added
Gartner – Corvis/Broadwing to Build Enterprise Base With Focal Purchase
Focal – THE MERGER – SEC filing
Broadwing & Shaw Communications
Broadwing expands into Canada: Shaw deal: “definitely not a transport swap”
Retex Selects Broadwing for Unique Private Line Solution – Potential 2300 customers
Fortune 1000 Company Joins Broadwing Customer List
Illinois Tool Works Renews Contract