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The wholesaler of high-speed digital subscriber lines agrees to acquire BlueStar Communications and announces its installations will slow, sending Covad shares to a 52-week low.
Networking firm Ascend Communications has extended a credit line worth up to $101 million to digital subscriber line (DSL) provider BlueStar Communications. The credit line will be used by BlueStar in its ongoing efforts to expand and build out its digital network throughout the southeastern United States, the company said.
Telecommunications equipment maker Ascend Communications has extended a $101 million line of credit to BlueStar Communications, a privately held digital subscriber line (DSL) provider. BlueStar, which currently offers high-speed data service in Tennessee and Kentucky, will use the line of credit to buy networking and DSL equipment to build out its DSL network in the southeastern United States. Ascend and BlueStar teamed for a $10 million financing package last year.
Covad Communications, the troubled high-speed DSL (digital subscriber line) provider, has renamed its BlueStar.net unit, calling the direct sales subsidiary Covad Business Solutions. Covad acquired BlueStar last June in a move that raised criticism for the company and sent Covad shares lower. Some investors feared the company's new direct sales approach--Covad previously had strictly sold DSL lines on a wholesale basis to ISP resellers--would cause Covad to compete with its customers. Covad Business Solutions primarily sells broadband Net access and Internet services in smaller cities, often called "secondary markets."