Corporate Profile for Larscom Inc., dated Aug. 20, 1999.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--
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Published Date: Aug. 20, 1999 Company Name: Larscom Incorporated Address: 1845 McCandless Drive Milpitas, CA 95035 Main Telephone Number: 408/941-4000 Internet Home Page Address (URL) www.larscom.com Chief Executive Officer: Robert Coackley Chief Financial Officer: Bruce Horn Investor Relations Contact: Michelle Solis Business number: 408/941-4274 E-mail address: email@example.com Public Relations Contact: Michelle Solis Business number: 408/941-4274 E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org Industry: Telecommunications Trading Symbol/ Exchange: Nasdaq:LARS Market Makers:
Company description: Larscom Incorporated is a premier provider of wide area network (WAN) access solutions. The company's customers include long distance carriers, CLECs, ILECs, international telephone companies, Internet service providers Internet service provider (ISP)
Company that provides Internet connections and services to individuals and organizations. For a monthly fee, ISPs provide computer users with a connection to their site (see data transmission), as well as a log-in name and password. , and corporate enterprise users worldwide. Its products are used by network service providers as customer premises and infrastructure equipment, and by corporate users to access the Internet and for frame relay A high-speed packet switching protocol used in wide area networks (WANs). Providing a granular service of up to DS3 speed (45 Mbps), it has become popular for LAN to LAN connections across remote distances, and services are offered by most major carriers. and ATM services. Product offerings range from full and fractional fractional
size expressed as a relative part of a unit.
fractional catabolic rate
the percentage of an available pool of body component, e.g. protein, iron, which is replaced, transferred or lost per unit of time. T1/E1, inverse multiplexed T1/E1, and T3 to frame relay, ATM inverse multiplexing multiplexing, in communication, technique whereby two or more independent messages, or information-bearing signals, are carried by a single common medium, or channel. , and transparent LAN services A service from a carrier that links remote Ethernets together. It is called "transparent" because the connected Ethernets are viewed as one Ethernet by the customer, regardless of the technology employed by the carrier in between. . The Company's revenues for 1998 were $72.7 million and the net loss was $1.6 million before one time restructuring and other nonrecurring charges Nonrecurring Charge
An expense occurring only once on a company's financial statement.
An extraordinary item is an example of a nonrecurring charge.
Also known as "nonrecurring item". .