writes: Yet another local casualty of the telecom downturn, Adelphia Business Solutions filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection today: Adelphia Business Solutions Files Chapter 11 ABS owns significant fiber facilities in the greater Cville region and was one of the first competetive dialtone providers.
Can we get a show of hands? Who’s still in business?
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Boxer Learning, CornerStone (bought out), Nexet, Tovaris (barely), Macrosoft (barely). That’s all I can think of off the top of my head.
Hopefully, whoever buys *them* out will fix all that static on Channel 62. (No, that’s not the nudie channel.)
Ntelos, drw design, category4 design, bnsi… There are still a good deal of technology companies alive and well. Hopefully the economy will keep on track and things will turn up a little.
blue ridge internetworks, musictoday, rlc.
Actually, Tovaris just died this week. The dot-com bubble has just about finished bursting. Welcome back to the real world of profit-based business plans.
With all due respect to the ISPs, web design houses, LAN administrators, and glorified graphic design folks in town, the number of actual, honest-to-God *technology* companies (application development, software, network mgt services, distributed computing, infosec, etc.) is small and rapidly getting smaller.
Avaki (nee Applied Metacomputing) is still around.
Incidentally, welcome to the economy. Come on in… the waters fine.
Not true. They’re still very much alive and will be for the foreseeable future. They have a new CEO out of Boston.
Tovaris is smaller than they used to be, but still pursuing the email security and next-generation PKI businesses.
And, for the record, they never had a dot-com business model. They have always pursued profitability first and foremost.
Maybe you got fired from there? Or laid off from another dot-com bomb?
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