Comcast is the largest cable operator and third-largest telephone company in America, providing broadband internet, telephone service, and cable television to businesses in 19 markets nationwide, covering 39 states. Comcast Business, launched in 2009, originally targeted businesses with less than 20 employees. Today Comcast Business is targeting POTS and PRI together, with plans to move even higher upstream into metro Ethernet and SIP. You can sell Comcast Business with confidence because there are no leased lines between your customer and Comcast, who manages their own network end-to-end.

Unlike traditional voice and data carriers, Comcast’s high-speed, high-capacity broadband and Ethernet services operate across a private, diverse enhanced fiber network. With over 147,000 national route miles of fiber, their network is the largest facilities-based last mile alternative to the phone company. With the first and largest fully 40G backbone, and the deployment of the first 100G router interface, Comcast’s advanced network delivers reliable and scalable services for businesses of any size.

Advantages of using Comcast:

  • High network availability, minimal latency and low packet loss
  • Self healing, redundant core network architecture
  • A network covering 147,000 fiber route mile
  • Manageable services that grow with your business
  • Bandwidth in flexible increments from 1Mbps to 10Gbp
  • Comcast’s converged, Layer 2-centric VPLS network is ideal for a wide variety of business, information and communications applications with voice, video, data

 

Comcast Products:

  • Business Class Internet (BCI)
  • Business Class Voice (BCV)
  • Cable TV
  • Point to Point
  • Ethernet Private Line
  • Ethernet Local Area Network
  • Free Local Calls
  • Free Voicemail
  • Free Hunt Group

 

If you are interested in service quotes & additional information from Comcast Business please feel free to call us at 847-512-4949 or email us at info@netfarmsolutions.com

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