At the cost of $120 million, Time Warner Cable has upgraded its network infrastructure in southern California, which includes the installation of 361,149 miles of fiber-optic cable.
According to a story in the Los Angeles Times, the network upgrade by Time Warner Cable Business Class created new rings across the San Fernando Valley, San Gabriel Valley, Orange County, Inland Empire, west Los Angeles, Downtown, Hollywood and South Bay areas.
The newly installed fiber enabled more phone, data, Ethernet and video across the cable operator’s southern California footprint to an additional 125,000 business.
The Times story said that Time Warner Cable could quash power outages in 50 milliseconds.
The two-year project also created 250 new jobs.