BCN Telecom Ties in More MSO Partners

Adds Cable One, Mediacom and Altice’s Suddenlink to biz services portfolio
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BCN Telecom, a company focused on simplifying connectivity for companies with multiple business locations, said last week it has expanded its broadband aggregation offering with the addition of Cable One, Mediacom Communications and Suddenlink (Altice USA).

BCN said it enables its customers to get connectivity from multiple service providers in multiple locations, aggregating that all onto a consolidated invoice that covers all services and locations and manages it all with a sole support team. BCN said it has more than 25,000 business clients and 3,000-plus sales partners.

BCN said its portfolio also includes services from AT&T, CenturyLink, Comcast, Cox Communications, Optimum (formerly Cablevision Systems, now part of Altice USA), Charter Communications and Verizon, among others.

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"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," Julian Jacquez, BCN’s COO, said in a statement.

"Large multi-location solutions in industries including retail, hospitality, healthcare, manufacturing, real estate, education and more, are at the center of the BCN sweet spot," added Michael Ginsburg, BCN’s VP 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."

Comcast also has an initiative underway to serve enterprise customers that require services that are in and out of the MSO’s traditional footprint. Of recent note, Comcast signed a national services deal with Taco Bell that includes the reliance of Comcast's network agreements with other MSOs.

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