Time Warner Cable Inc was incorporated as a Delaware corporation on March 21, 2003. The Company provides video, high-speed data and voice services in five geographic areas: New York State, the Carolinas, the Midwest, Southern California and Texas. The Company has three reportable segments: Residential Services, Business Services and Other Operations. Its video service provides over 300 channels and 20,000 video-on-demand choices. It offers tiers and packages of video programming and music services. Its residential video subscribers also may subscribe to premium network programming, such as Cinemax, EPIX, HBO, Showtime and Starz. The Company offers high-speed data service tiers, each with attributes tailored to meet the different needs its subscribers providing from up to 2 to up to 300 mbps downstream levels. Its high-speed data service also provides communication tools and personalized services, including email, PC security, parental controls and online radio, at no additional charge. The Company offers IntelligentHome, a security and home management service, in substantially all of its operating areas. It offers networking, voice, video, hosting and cloud computing services. The Company offers business customers a data services, including Internet access, network services and wholesale transport services. It also offers video programming tiers, music services and voice services including multi-line phone service and trunk service. The Company's Other Operations segment consists of Time Warner Cable Media, the advertising sales arm, its local sports, news and lifestyle channels and SportsNet LA. The Company delivers video, data and voice services over a network that includes a nationwide fiber backbone, fiber-rich regional and metro rings, and last mile connections to customers' homes and businesses. It contracts with third parties for goods and services related to the delivery of its video, high-speed data and voice services. The Company's residential video, high-speed data and voice services face competition from AT&T, CenturyLink, Inc., Cincinnati Bell Inc, Fairpoint Communications Inc, Frontier Communications Corp, Hawaiian Telcom Holdco Inc, Verizon and Windstream Corp. Its residential video and high-speed data services compete with Google's video and broadband services.