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Press Release -- September 25th, 2012
Source: TW Telecom

Cloud Computing: Connections Matter Free Webinar Sept. 27

– Cloud Services migration surges due to “perfect storm” of content, devices, speed, ubiquity and applications

– tw telecom and Vertical Systems Group discuss how to keep enterprise network connections secure and reliable

Sept. 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — tw telecom inc., (NASDAQ:TWTC, news, filings) a leading provider of managed services, including Business Ethernet, converged and IP VPN solutions for enterprises throughout the U.S. and globally, today announced participation in a two-part webinar series with leading industry analyst firm Vertical Systems Group.  The first webinar, Cloud Computing:  Connections Matter, focuses on how enterprises and large organizations can secure their connections to the Cloud and other locations.

“One of the major concerns of IT departments is the security and reliability of their network connections to clouds, remote offices and data centers,” said Bob Meldrum, tw telecom Vice President of Corporate Communications.   “This two-part webinar series outlines the risks and more importantly the solutions to keep network connections doubly safe, secure, scalable and predictable.”

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One of the key enabling capabilities in delivering secure and scalable network connections to the cloud has been the availability of Business Ethernet.  tw telecom is one of the three largest providers of Business Ethernet ports in the U.S. delivering secure, scalable, and predictable network connections.  Utilizing this resilient, nation-wide network, tw telecom recently launched its Dynamic Capacity bandwidth-on-demand solution for Business Ethernet E-line customers across the country.  Dynamic Capacity, the second phase of the firm’s Intelligent Network portfolio, allows customers to immediately double or triple their network capacity in response to business activity peaks and demands, and then return to their original committed base rate as they choose, all without interrupting their network connections or service.

“Imagine being able to increase network capacity in seconds,” said Mike Rouleau, tw telecom Senior Vice President of Business Development and Strategy.   “Dynamic Capacity customers don’t have to imagine; they do it.  Our MyPortal feature also allows CIOs to see the cost impacts of these changes so the company can budget more closely and allocate costs more efficiently for a marketing promotion or other high bandwidth activity.”

“To support the rapid proliferation of networked business applications, IT professionals increasingly need better real time visibility and control of their networks,” said Erin Dunne, Director of Research Services, Vertical Systems Group.  “A significant challenge is how to efficiently manage network bandwidth capacity in response to new Cloud apps or changes in existing applications. tw telecom addresses these needs with its Intelligent Network capabilities. Specifically, Dynamic Capacity is a unique capability that enables CIOs to look into their network metrics in real time and then allocate Ethernet bandwidth capacity on-demand.”

“The key to mission-critical communications is secure, scalable and predictable network connections,” Meldrum said.   “This webinar series will explain how enterprises can do this seamlessly between their locations, data centers and clouds.”

About tw telecom
tw telecom inc., headquartered in Littleton, Colo., provides managed network services, specializing in business Ethernet and transport data networking, Internet access, voice, VoIP, VPN and security, to enterprise organizations and communications services companies throughout the U.S.  As a leading provider of integrated and converged network solutions, and its own Intelligent Network capabilities, tw telecom delivers customers overall economic value, quality, service and improved business productivity. Please visit for more information.

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