AboveNet, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, provides high-bandwidth connectivity solutions to corporate enterprise clients and communication carriers primarily in the United States and the United Kingdom. AboveNet company provides communications infrastructure and global Internet protocol (IP) network to various companies, such as commercial banks, brokerage houses, insurance companies, investment banks, media companies, social networking companies, Web-centric companies, law firms, and medical and health care institutions. It offers high speed, private optical network for electronic commerce and other mission-critical services, such as business Internet applications, regulatory compliance, disaster recovery, and business continuity. AboveNet, Inc. utilizes the equipment it owns and operates, and provides lit broadband services over its metro networks, long haul network, and global IP networks. It also provides dark fiber services to selected customers. In addition, AboveNet company offers fiber infrastructure services that focus on the lease of dedicated dark fiber to telecommunications carriers, enterprises, Internet and Web centric businesses, and other customers that operate their own networks; metro services ranging from point-to-point Ethernet connectivity to complex multi-node wavelength-division multiplexing solutions; wide network services that provide connectivity solutions between its metro markets and target high-bandwidth customers; and a suite of advanced Ethernet and IP virtual private network services that provide connectivity between multiple locations in different cities for the customers. AboveNet company was formerly known as Metromedia Fiber Network, Inc. and changed its name to AboveNet, Inc. on December 11, 2003. AboveNet, Inc. was founded in 1993 and is based in White Plains, New York.
Global NAPs Networks provides Internet access, leased line transport, and network colocation services to companies nationwide. The company, which acts as a "middle man" between local and national carriers and the smaller phone companies and ISPs that connect to them via the Global NAPS network, offers service in 17 mostly eastern US states. Global NAPS is embroiled in ongoing legal disputes (some dating back to 2003) in several states with industry leaders AT&T and Verizon, as well as smaller regional players like FairPoint, over tens of millions in connection fees allegedly owed by the company. Global NAPS has disputed the charges, but the court battles have resulted in termination of its services in some areas.
GlobalSpec is the leading specialized vertical search, information services and e-publishing company serving the engineering, manufacturing and related scientific and technical market segments. The company provides its buy-side users with domain-expert search engines, a broad range of proprietary and aggregated Web-based content and over 60+ product and industry e-newsletters that help engineers and related professionals perform their key job tasks with the highest levels of accuracy and productivity. GlobalSpec provides its sell-side client base of companies seeking to reach the worldwide engineering audience with highly filtered sales leads, product promotion and brand advertising platforms and a wide range of e-media advertising and marketing services.GlobalSpec has BPA audited Web site traffic, and a global user base of more than 6,100,000 registered users; a user community that continues to grow by more than 80,000 new registrants each month. GlobalSpec is increasingly becoming "the place" where the engineering community gathers and conducts business.
Formed in 1995, the company traces its roots to director of meteorology Jeff Masters' PhD work at the University of Michigan and takes its name from a Bob Dylan song. Want to know the weather for your upcoming ski vacation or how volcanoes effect climate change? The Weather Underground's wunderground.com Web site won't rain on your parade. The company draws climate data from more than 13,000 personal weather stations worldwide. Features of the site include zip code searches, radar and satellite images, historical weather data, and Webcams showing more than 2,000 locations globally. The Weather Underground also provides updates to newspapers and TV stations and offers weather packages for other Web sites.
CreditRiskMonitor.com, Inc. operates as an Internet-based publisher of financial information in the United States. It provides interactive business-to-business Internet-based service designed specifically for corporate credit professionals. The company publishes commercial credit reports, including detailed financial statements, ratio analysis and trend reports, peer analyses, Altman Z default scores, FRISK scores, credit limit recommendations, company background information, and Moodys Investors Service (Moodys) and Standard & Poors (S&P) ratings. It also offers trade payment data and public filings, such as suits, liens, judgments, and bankruptcy information. In addition, the company provides news monitoring service that keeps subscribers up to date on events affecting the creditworthiness of companies, including FRISK score reports, credit limit alerts, financial statement updates, SEC filings, Moodys and S&P rating changes, credit-relevant news stories, and press releases. Further, it offers interactive service for credit managers to manage credit line limits for their customers, in light of changes in the companies financial strength. Additionally, the company operates as a re-distributor of international credit reports. CreditRiskMonitor.com, Inc. was founded in 1977 and is based in Valley Cottage, New York.
Onvia was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Seattle, Washington. For more than 12 years Onvia (NASDAQ: ONVI), the gBusiness Innovator, has been successfully delivering the research, analytics and tools companies rely on to succeed in gBusiness – the intersection of business and government and a $5.5 trillion market. Onvia tracks, analyzes and reports the spending of more than 89,000 federal, state and local government agencies, giving companies a single source for conducting open, intelligent and efficient business with government. Along with providing an exclusive suite of integrated business tools for a wide variety of industries, Onvia offers DemandStar, the automated system that streamlines agency procurement processes, and Recovery.org, a free website that tracks Recovery Act-funded projects.
Mark Oldman and brothers Samer and H. S. Hamadeh founded the company in 1997. Today it is owned by private equity firm Veronis Suhler Stevenson. Looking for career gold? You might find it in the Vault.com. The firm provides company and industry information to help job-seekers determine what it's really like inside Merrill Lynch, CNN, and other employers. Vault.com offers information on interviewing, pay, perks, and corporate culture at various companies. It also publishes 120 digital and print career guidebooks, such as Vault Guide to the Top 100 Law Firms and Vault Guide to Biotech). Vault.com additionally offers employee message boards, a job listings board, and career services such as resume writing.
Since everyone, including Dick and Harry, have Internet firms, TOM Group has moved beyond the Web. The company began with portal Web sites targeting audiences in China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan; but after the dot-com bust it expanded to also include publishing ("Business Weekly" and "PC Home"), outdoor advertising (billboards, street-level signs, bus bodies), and television (through Chinese satellite channel China Entertainment Television, CETV). The company operates its Web holdings through subsidiary TOM Online. Previously active in sports marketing, TOM Group exited that business in 2007 in order to focus its resources on its four other business groups.
EDGAR Online, Inc. creates and distributes financial data and public filings for equities, mutual funds, and other publicly traded assets primarily in the United States. The company offers data that assists in the analysis of the financial, business, and ownership conditions of a company or investment vehicle. It provides its information products in the form of online end-user subscriptions, as well as through data licenses and data feeds. The companys subscription services include I-Metrix and I-Metrix Professional, which offer a Web only service and allows users to do in-depth analysis via the Web and a Microsoft Excel add-in; EDGAR Pro that offers financial data, stock ownership, public offering data sets, and advanced search tools; and EDGAR Access, EDGAR Online companys retail product that is available via single-seat and credit card purchase. Its data products comprise standardized and as-reported financial data, annual and quarterly financial statements, insider trades, institutional holdings, initial and secondary public offerings, Form 8-K disclosures, electronic prospectuses, and other investment instrument disclosure information. The company also engages in advertising and e-commerce activities. It sells its subscriptions and data feeds directly to end-users or embedded in other Web sites, and through various data redistributors. EDGAR Online companys consumers include financial, corporate, and advisory professionals working in financial institutions, such as investment funds, asset management firms, insurance companies and banks, stock exchanges, and government agencies, as well as in accounting firms, law firms, corporations, and individual investors. It has strategic alliances with Microsoft, R.R. Donnelley & Sons, CNW group, ThomsonReuters, and Lexis Nexis. EDGAR Online was formerly known as Cybernet Data Systems, Inc. and changed its name to EDGAR Online, Inc. in January 1999. EDGAR Online was founded in 1995 and is based in Norwalk, Connecticut.
Ultima Networks, Inc. is a local Internet Service Provider that has been serving the Salinas Valley since February of 1996. Ultima Networks, Inc. acquired SalinasNet, Inc. and Ultima Tool of San Francisco in July, 1998. Ultima Networks is locally owned and operated, and is a family run business. Scott Nelson founded the company in November of 1995 (as SalinasNet, Inc.) with partners, Tom Nelson, Mary Nelson and Timothy Ryan. Ultima Networks strives to provide the highest quality Internet services to its customers. Our mission is to provide you with the attention and support that a smaller, local company can provide. If there is any way in which we can serve you better, please do not hesitate to let us know.
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