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Comcast
COMCAST
Comcast Business Class, the largest cable operator and third-largest telephone company in America, provides broadband internet (Coax and Metro Ethernet), telephone service (POTS and PRI), and cable television to businesses in 19 markets nationwide, covering 39 states. Comcast Business Class, who manages their own network end-to-end, does not share any physical facilities with the phone companies and makes a great primary or backup connection for your SMB and enterprise customers.                   
 
 
 
                
Atlantic Broadband
ATLANTIC BROADBAND

Atlantic Broadband is the 13th largest U.S. cable company with headquarters in Quincy, Massachusetts, USA. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Canadian media company, Cogeco. The company has over 600 employees and 230,000 customers as of January 2013. Atlantic Broadband has four primary operating regions in Florida, Maryland / Delaware, South Carolina and Central Pennsylvania. It was formed by acquiring nonstrategic regions from Charter Communications in 2004. 

 
 
 
                
Hotwire Communications
HOTWIRE COMMUNICATIONS

Hotwire Communications, founded in 2000, is a privately held, debt free company. We are technology experts who deliver customized fiber optic delivered telecommunication solutions in multi-tenant and multi-family environments. Hotwire's leadership team have been providing telecommunications services since 1985 when Michael Karp founded and grew ATX Telecommunications into one of the largest competitive local exchange carriers (CLEC's) in the United States with more than 300,000 clients and revenues over $350 million. 

 
                
Mediacom
MEDIACOM

Mediacom is a cable television and communications provider in the United States. Founded in July 1995 by Rocco B. Commisso,  it serves primarily smaller markets in the Midwest and Southern United States. Formerly a publicly traded firm, it went private in a $600.0 million transaction in March 2011 and is, as of 2011, owned by CEO Rocco B. Commisso.  Mediacom has service in 22 states.   About 55% of Mediacom's subscription base is in the 60th through 100th ranked television markets. It is the largest cable company in Iowa and second largest in Illinois. 

 
 
 
 
 
Suddenlink
 SUDDENLINK

Suddenlink offers competitively priced business phone packages to enterprise-level connectivity, cable's advanced digital networks represent a welcome choice in business telecommunications. And because cable delivers a full range of business services, business owners enjoy newfound flexibility in selecting exactly the services they need. Better still, many are available in discounted bundles. 

 
                
 
BrightHouse
BRIGHTHOUSE

Bright House Networks is the sixth largest owner and operator of cable systems in the U.S. and the second largest in Florida with technologically advanced systems located in five states including Florida, Alabama, Indiana, Michigan and California.  

 

 
Cox
COX CABLE

Cox Communications carries the full complement of cable capacity. The company provides basic cable service to more than 6 million customers, including about 3 million digital cable subscribers and 3.5 million Internet access subscribers in about 20 states, making it the third-largest US cable company, behind Comcast and Time Warner Cable. Cox also provides telephone service as a competitive local-exchange carrier (CLEC). In addition, Cox offers voice and data communications services to businesses (Cox Business) and provides national and local advertising services (Cox Media). The company is a subsidiary of media conglomerate Cox Enterprises. 

 
Time Warner Cable
TIME WARNER CABLE

Time Warner Cable Business Class is the B2B arm of Time Warner Cable. TWC has an established national presence in 31 metro markets across the country and is the nation's second largest MSO and 7th largest telephone company. Business services include high speed Internet access, reliable voice solutions, and metropolitan area Ethernet connectivity. 

 

 

Charter
CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS

Charter Communications is an American company offering cable television, high-speed Internet, and telephone services to more than 27.6 million customers in 31 states.

 
  
 
 
                
Optimum
OPTIMUM

The Cablevision Systems Corporation is an American cable television company with systems serving areas surrounding New York City. It is the eighth-largest cable provider in the United States, with most customers residing in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and parts of Pennsylvania. From 2011 to 2013, the corporation also served approximately 300,000 customers in Colorado, Montana, Utah, and Wyoming under the Optimum West brand until it was sold to Charter Communications in 2013. Cablevision also offers high-speed Internet connections (Optimum Online), digital cable (Optimum TV), and VoIP (Optimum Voice) phone service (the eighth-largest telephone provider in the U.S.) through its Optimum brand name. 

 
Wow Business
WOW Business

WOW! is proud to serve a number of communities and businesses in the Midwest and Southeast. We started out in 1996 delivering cable TV service in Illinois, Michigan, Ohio and Indiana, and have since added the services that our customers need. Today we offer digital cable, HDTV, DVRs, high speed Internet, and local and long-distance phone service. In 2012, WOW! acquired Knology, Inc. and began serving customers in Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, Florida and Kansas.  WOW! is privately owned by Avista Capital Partners. With corporate offices in Denver, WOW! has assembled a diverse and experienced management team. This team and all WOW! employees share a passion for doing things right and delighting our customers with friendly, quality service and affordable prices.

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