It’s very press-releasey, but still worth a read: Veracity has no plans to leave UTOPIA. Given that the future of MSTAR is rather shakey, it’s good to see that one of the initial providers plans to sitck around for the long-haul.
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I do think this is good news.
I think Veracity is a good company and they are well run by smart people.
Am I the only one that thinks it is a “strange” press release?
Was there some question if UTOPIA service providers needed to “renew the commitment to UTOPIA”?
If that was a question it would have been better to see all 4 service providers renew their commitment to UTOPIA in a single press release.
Makes you wonder if we will see 3 more similar press releases (and then 5 s-l-o-w-l-y released additional press releases announcing each new service provider.
Does their new PR firm get paid by the press release?
Are the other UTOPIA service providers NOT committed to provide service on UTOPIA?
I wonder if the purpose is to reassure current Veracity customers on UTOPIA that the addition of new commercial service providers doesn’t mean that Veracity is going to pick up their toys and go home.