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Cambrian Communications Appoints Michael Reedy as Vice President of Marketing.

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FAIRFAX, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--August 8, 2001

Cambrian Communications, a wholesale metropolitan area network (MAN) provider located in Fairfax, VA, announced today the appointment of Michael J. Reedy as Vice President of Marketing.

In his new role, Reedy will plan and direct all facets of Cambrian's marketing function including product marketing, product management, and marketing communications. Previously, Reedy served as the Company's Vice President for Business Development.

"Mike's new position reflects Cambrian's accelerated efforts to complete the first phase of its network build and deliver services to customers in 4Q 2001," said Brian Oliver, CEO of Cambrian Communications. "We are a wholesale provider and our customers have sophisticated needs. Mike's experience as a business development leader with expertise in domestic and international communications infrastructure is a valuable asset for driving Cambrian's future business success."

Prior to joining Cambrian, Reedy was Senior Manager of International Business Development for Bechtel Telecommunications, where he helped secure contracts for the developing, engineering, and building of several large fiber optic networks.

In addition, he was previously a Managing Director of Sanders & Company, an international finance and trade development group in Washington, D.C. There he counselled U.S. and foreign public and private sector clients in U.S. and global telecom deregulation.

"Bandwidth bottlenecks in metro areas have prevented service providers from entering new markets or even being profitable in existing markets because of high costs, slow provisioning times, and quality of service issues," said Reedy. "I am excited to lead Cambrian's marketing effort to deliver the flexible, cost-effective, high speed broadband services that customers desperately need."

About Cambrian Communications

Cambrian Communications, LLC, based in Fairfax, VA, is a metropolitan area network (MAN) provider delivering all-optical end-to-end network solutions to meet the complex wholesale communications needs of carriers, emerging service providers, and major private network owners.

Cambrian will construct and operate its initial MANs along its fully redundant backbone connecting New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington, D.C. Cambrian's management team has proven leadership experience with top communications companies and start-ups, both domestically and internationally.

Through construction and ownership of its own local and long-haul network, privately held Cambrian solves the last-mile bottleneck by providing broadband services to growing, but underserved metropolitan areas. News and information are available at www.cambrian.net.
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