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Cox ended its partnership with Road Runner

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Mar 18, 2002
i thought roadrunner was with time warner??? or is that old news??? oh well, i'm with adelphia..


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Aug 8, 2001
Sunshine State, USA
Road Runner, owned and operated by Time Warner Cable, is one of the nation's premier broadband service providers. The Road Runner service is delivered to consumers through a combination of Road Runner's all fiber-optic national and regional networks and the local cable operator's hybrid fiber-coaxial (HFC) infrastructure. Road Runner is primarily offered through Time Warner Cable systems, although selected Cox Communications systems and independent cable operators also provide the service. Road Runner employs over 400 people nationwide. In addition to the company headquarters in Herndon, VA, Road Runner operates numerous Regional Data Centers across the country, and has regional offices in New York City and Denver. Business units include Road Runner Business Class and Road Runner Power Media Services. The corporate facility in Herndon houses a state-of-the-art Network Operations Center, National Content Center and Quality Assurance/Engineering Labs. The Road Runner footprint encompasses major U.S. urban and suburban areas. Currently, Road Runner can be found in 25 states and Newfoundland, Canada. In every system, Road Runner has moved beyond the early adopter market and reached into the local mass market. Significantly, this explosive growth has paralleled ongoing customer satisfaction, indicating the company's ability to provide compelling content and manage customer care, and also attesting to the reliability of the Road Runner technology.