BCN Telecom Beefs Up Broadband Services with Cable One, Mediacom, Suddenlink


BCN Telecom has expanded its broadband services portfolio by adding Cable One, Mediacom and Suddenlink, a subsidiary of Altice USA.

The company’s broadband portfolio also includes services from AT&T, Centurylink, Comcast, Cox, Optimum, Spectrum, Verizon and more.

BCN's Julian Jacquez

BCN’s Julian Jacquez

“The addition of Cable One, Mediacom and Suddenlink significantly enhances our ability to provide the nationwide aggregation of broadband services, which is critical for multi-location businesses,” said Julian Jacquez, BCN’s chief operating officer.

Now fully available through its nationwide network of sales partners, these broadband services are part of a portfolio comprised of a variety of data and networking services including SD-WAN, a full complement of options for nationwide POTS aggregation, and a suite of managed equipment and monitoring services.

“Large multi-location solutions in industries including retail, hospitality, health care, manufacturing, real estate, education and more, are at the center of the BCN sweet spot,” said Michael Ginsburg, BCN’s vice president of sales. “The availability of a broad range of nationwide broadband services including DSL, cable, and internet over fiber (IoF) along with our full suite of dedicated and wireless 4G LTE options provides a clear advantage for partners who are engaged with these companies.”

Last month, BCN announced it had completed a full rollout of local service availability in all 18 states that comprise the CenturyLink legacy Embarq territory.

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