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Digex: New Restrictions on Sale of Control at a Premium
However, it is a bitter pill for some Digex shareholders to swallow, especially considering Digex stock peaked at $184 per share in March 2000.
Digex can also work with clients to use the Customer Furnished Equipment (CFE) and the Classics program for redeployed equipment to design cost-effective ways to employ the services.
* Start duplicating data and considering alternative hosts for Web sites hosted by WorldCom or Digex.
Recognizing these needs for enterprises of all sizes, Digex now offers a fully managed Linux solution.
* Don't compete head-to-head with AOL/Time-Warner, instead compete with Qwest, Genuity and Digex.
Configured to run with Digex's hardened server build, the new firewall offering delivers gigabit plus performance, is designed for maximum uptime with "hot swappable" components, redundant power supply options and is easily configured, updated and maintained from a remote central location.
Glass manufacturer Pilkington - which has a major plant in Birmingham - has selected Digex (UK) to act as host for three of its websites.
(2) The 12 subsidiaries provide retail Internet service (Compuserve), maintain on-line retail operations [Expedia (travel), iTurf (apparel), Hotel Reservations Network (accommodations), McAfee.com (computer support), Ticketmaster Online-City Search (entertainment), and uBid (computer hardware and software)], or provide commercial Internet products or consulting services (Digex, eFunds, PFSWeb, Retek, and Xpedior).
4/1/93 10/14/99 167 Digex 1/1/96 7/30/99 595 Digital Island, Inc.
Micromuse customers include AT&T, BT, Cable & Wireless, Cellular One, Charles Schwab, Deutsche Telekom, Digex, EarthLink, GTE, ITC DeltaCom, MCI Worldcom, NextLink, One2One, PSINet and a number of financial investment concerns.
Digex, a Beltsville-based company that manages Web sites for businesses, announces a new service that will let companies create secure networks among their computer systems within a central office or among remote locations, including their customers and suppliers.