Elizabeth Starr Miller

Senior WriterElizabeth Starr Miller came from Telephony, where she was an associate editor covering fiber and copper-based transmission equipment and services. Prior to that she lived in Singapore for two years where she was the editor of Be. Magazine, a publication covering all things body, mind and spirit. She also worked temporarily as an English correspondent for the Deutsche Presse-Agentur (German Press Agency) and as a free-lance writer for a variety of Singapore-based publications.Before moving to Singapore, Elizabeth served as assistant editor for Carnegie Mellon Magazine at Carnegie Mellon University, and as a free-lance writer for the University of Pittsburgh's alumni magazine Pitt Magazine.She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English writing from the University of Pittsburgh and a Master of Arts degree in creative writing from Hollins College, in Roanoke, Va.Elizabeth covers access technologies, voice-over-broadband and CLEC business strategies.

The Plus Side of ADSL

Asymmetrical DSL equipment vendors and chip makers continue to tweak ADSL technology to let service providers offer more bandwidth over greater distances than was previously thought possible.The new version...

Yipes Management Meltdown!

The revolt at Yipes Communications began at the first mention of the word "bankruptcy," a company insider told The Net Economy this evening.Although the company has not made any...

Yipes Speaks Out

Yipes Communications threw the industry for a loop on Friday, when it revealed it had filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection the day before in San Francisco. Although questions...

Yipes Files Chapter 11

Unable to meet its infrastructure and real estate financial obligations, Yipes Communications filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of California.The...

Sprint Goes After Small Business — Again

The second times a charm, or so Sprint hopes for its small-business DSL service. This time around, the company is offering business-class DSL services with guarantees galore, in 32...

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