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High Speed Access customers up 26 percent

High Speed Access (HSA), a cable modem-based broadband Internet service provider, said it has 176,000 customers, an increase of 26 percent from 140,000 subscribers at the end of March. HSA, which is backed by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, has changed its business model in recent months, something the company believes helped its bottom line. The company will report quarterly financial results Aug. 9.

July 16, 2001


Short Take: NorthPoint, High Speed Access sign partnership

NorthPoint Communications, a wholesale provider of high-speed digital subscriber lines (DSL), and High Speed Access (HSA), a cable modem service provider primarily serving rural markets, have signed a strategic partnership. HSA will begin offering NorthPoint DSL later this year as an alternative access technology for small- and medium-sized businesses not served by cable networks.

October 18, 1999