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Century Link to aquire Savvis

It’s 1999 all over again. Data center and fiber-optic companies are hot, just as they were before the tech bubble went pop. Even some familiar names from the tech bubble days –Global Crossing, JDS Uniphase – are back in the pink and doing deals. IT infrastructure company Savvis, itself the result of a dotcom era takeover and IPO, today announced plans to sell itself to telecom provider CenturyLink

Merger Between Qwest and Century Closes

The Qwest Business Partner Program has great news: Qwest’s merger with CenturyLink closed today, April 1, 2011. It’s the beginning of a new era for both companies, creating the third largest telecommunications company in the country. And it offers you some important advantages.

Subsidium Technologies unveils new website

Clifton Park, NY – Ed Degenhart, Chief Operating Officer and Co-founder of Subsidium Technologies, the Capital District’s leading voice and data technology company, unveiled the company’s new website and announced that it is part of the firm’s strategy to increase market share and better serve existing customers.

Delivering cost savings to customers in down economy

Clifton Park, NY – Ed Degenhart, Partner and Chief Operating Officer of Subsidium Technologies, the Capital District’s leading voice and data technology consulting company, unveiled Subsidium’s pro-growth initiatives for businesses interested in reducing costs and improving their voice and data services in today’s unpredictable economy. Subsidium showcased a project they recently completed for Price Chopper as example of how companies can employ pro-growth strategies even during a down economy.