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Pabst Farms to Test SBCs Fiber-to-the-Premises Technology

MILWAUKEE - SBC Communications and Pabst Farms , a 1,500-acre master planned community located in the City of Oconomowoc and Town of Summit have reached an agreement in which SBC Wisconsin will become the preferred communications provider for the development. As part of the agreement, SBC-Wisc...

Frost & Sullivan Recognizes Kraton Polymers for Developing a New Generation of Polymer Grades Suitable for High-Speed Processing in Nonwoven Manufacture

...amily of products whose chemistry was pioneered by us over forty years ago. sbcs are highly-engineered thermoplastic elastomers, which enhance the performan...ding position in nearly all of its core markets and is the only producer of sbcs with global manufacturing capability. Its production facilities are located...

SBC is Here to Stay

...ompanies for Minorities list . This year SBC was ranked seventh overall on the list among companies such as McDonalds and PepsiCo. Reifs said that sbcs workforce comprises 48% women and 38% people of color, which is reflective of the communities SBC serves. It illustrates that we are more closely conn...

AT&T Challenges SBC in Wisconsin With Local, Long-Distance Bundling

...nnot currently offer long-distance in Wisconsin or any other Midwest state. sbcs battle for Midwest long-distance relief forges on with regulator and watchd...T&Ts residential entrance in Wisconsin is made possible by renting parts of sbcs Wisconsin network. Known by the "UNE" moniker, Crull says UNE rates in Wisc...

SBCs MidWest Long Distance Play

... the businesses are served by competitors. So I think there is no question that there is vibrant competition. Schiazza used the opportunity to tout sbcs newly-created bundled service packages for small, medium-sized and large businesses. But industry insiders stressed that Competitive Local Exchange Ca...

Tech Digest: whats moving in the Midwest

...ce and data architecture. Home Health United provides nursing, rehabilitative therapies, immunizations, and home medical equipment. The addition of sbcs services is designed to create a communications network for the agency's employees. UW-Stout gets USDA grant for manufacturing training The Univ...

Madison asks for wireless bids; airport, downtown would be first

...adison plans to extend wireless access to the entire campus. Read more. Though a list of potential vendors is not yet known, SBC Wisconsin, through sbcs FreedomLink program, will be one of those trying for the contract, spokesperson Howard Riefs said. We currently have more than 5,000 hotspots nat...

SBC blends TV, video, music and the Internet in a new media box

...involved in project development: CEO Ed Cholerton is also vice president of sbcs DSL department, while president Brian Hinman is also CEO and president of 2Wire. The service will be publicly released in the summer across sbcs 13-state range. Shaw said that 85 percent of current SBC customers polled s...
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