Time Warner Cable Business Class, the B2B arm of Time Warner Cable, this month finished a $120 million development project in Southern California.
The initiative more than doubled the number of businesses TWCBC now has the ability to serve with its fiber-optic infrastructure good news for the companys indirect channel partners in the region. All told, another 125,000 companies have the option to use TWCBCs phone, Internet, Ethernet and cable TV products.
From Hollywood to Santa Monica and from Anaheim to Downtown Los Angeles, we have really been able to vastly grow the reach of our business offerings,” said Dave Montierth, TWCBCs regional vice president, in a press release. Our goal was to reach as many business customers as possible, while still being able to provide a one-on-one customer experience.”
To be sure, as part of the investment, TWCBC created 250 new jobs, including positions in customer care, field operations and technical support.
In all, TWCBC installed more than 360,000 miles of fiber-optic cable in 16 new rings, looping them through concentrated business districts. Those areas included parts of the San Fernando Valley, San Gabriel Valley, Orange County, Inland Empire, West Los Angeles, downtown Los Angeles, Hollywood and the South Bay.