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Internap revenues slide 7% to USD 78.3 mln in Q3

Friday 6 November 2015 | 10:07 CET | News
Internet infrastructure services provider Internap said revenues for the third quarter fell 7 percent from the year before to USD 78.3 million, with data centre services revenues down 5 percent to USD 58.6 million. Adjusted EBITDA was unchanged from the year before while the net loss widened to USD 14.19 million or USD 0.027 per share from a loss the year earlier of 12.53 million or USD 0.18 per share. CEO Michael Ruffolo said that the company-wide growth initiatives were beginning to yield encouraging results, with higher booking, improved churn and increased channel partner productivity.

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