Comcast Invests $6 Million in San Jose Ethernet
Comcast Business announced an investment of over six million dollars in a fiber network expansion to five new San Jose, California business parks. More than 1600 businesses will benefit from Comcast’s Ethernet network, capable of delivering 10 Gbps.
“Much like other large cities, San Jose is always looking for ways to attract new businesses while maintaining the best quality of life it can for all. Silicon Valley does business differently. In order to continue innovating, it must stay on the cutting-edge of technology to compete effectively within the region, and Comcast Business helps position us as a leading high-tech city,” said Matthew Mahood, president and CEO of The Silicon Valley Organization.
This expansion of the Ethernet gives businesses access to Comcast’s portfolio of multi-Gigabit Ethernet offerings. Those that need extensive amounts of bandwidth, need to link multiple sites or branch locations, or are looking to connect to a third-party data center, can utilize several services including Private Line, Virtual Private Line, Network Service, and Dedicated Internet.
“The availability and reach of our high-performance Ethernet network is a tremendous business advantage for San Jose organizations,” said David Brown, vice president of Comcast Business for California. “Companies of all sizes can meet their capacity needs now and prepare for future requirements as well, all while benefiting from our advanced telecommunications services. Not only does this help organizations meet customer needs and drive growth, but it helps boost the local economy as well.”
Comcast Business works with businesses of all sizes and is a cable provider to small and mid-sized businesses, and is one of the fastest growing Ethernet providers.
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Edited by Maurice Nagle