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Comcasts offers Internet, Ethernet, Voice and TV for businesses with Internet speeds up to seven times faster than DSL, super-fast Ethernet, a variety of Voice options and TV. Built for business, customers value the diverse, private network and 24×7 dedicated business support.
Comcast DOCSIS 3.1 rollout sets up showdown with AT&T
The article states that …”In fact, the MSO is targeting all markets where AT&T is also offering its GigaPower 1 Gbps service. AT&T itself, the very next day after Comcast’s announcement, said that it would expand GigaPower in four large metros.
But what’s even more compelling from a capital investment point of view is that Comcast can deliver those gigabit speeds over its existing hybrid fiber-coax (HFC) plant. Unlike FTTH, the operator does not have to build out fiber and install facilities at each house or business to deliver service”.