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Time Warner Cable Creates Voice Division

Time Warner Cable has created Time Warner Cable Voice Services, a new division that will handle the company's voice-over-Internet-protocol deployments nationwide.

Carl Rosetti, executive vice president of new business development, will add the title of president of TWC Voice Services. Gerry Campbell will be senior VP of operations.

Campbell has been the lead executive involved in the launches of the MSO’s VoIP service so far in Portland, Maine; Raleigh and Charlotte, N.C.; and Kansas City.

Rosetti will report to Time Warner Cable vice chairman and chief operating officer John Billock.

"The creation of this new business unit formalizes efforts we have had under way for several years in developing VoIP as a consumer product," Billock said in a prepared statement.

The group includes senior VP of marketing Sam Howe, VP of telephone engineering Liliane Zreik and VP of finance Paul Lang. Each of the company’s operating divisions will hire a general manager to oversee phone deployments.

The MSO expects VoIP to be available in most, if not all, of its 31 divisions by year-end.