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Short Take: Yipes launches high-speed Internet access

Yipes, a privately held Internet Protocol-based network provider, has launched a high-speed Internet access service for businesses. Yipes, which claims funding from Norwest Venture Partners and New Enterprise Associates, connects corporate local area networks (LANs) directly to fiber-optic Internet connections at speeds of up to 1 gigabit per second. Yipes says its direct Ethernet-based technology allows for higher speed access.

Yipes, a privately held Internet Protocol-based network provider, has launched a high-speed Internet access service for businesses. Yipes, which claims funding from Norwest Venture Partners and New Enterprise Associates, connects corporate local area networks (LANs) directly to fiber-optic Internet connections at speeds of up to 1 gigabit per second. Yipes says its direct Ethernet-based technology allows for higher speed access.