Waltham, Mass.-Digital Broadband Communications Inc. said it has extended business-class digital-subscriber-line data services in New Hampshire over its "Broadband Communications Network" (DBCN).
The company added that it will initially target cities and towns in the southern part of the state.
Once it is fully functional, Digital Broadband's DBCN can support data speeds from 144 kilobits per second to 6 megabits per second.
Closely held Digital Broadband, which is backed by Cisco Systems Inc., said it will offer frame-relay or T-1 connections to areas not reachable via DSL.
The company's DBCN currently serves areas of Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Washington, D.C.