Atlantic Broadband Invests $100,000 at SC Advanced Technology Park

Atlantic Broadband Invests $100,000 at SC Advanced Technology Park

Atlantic Broadband Invests $100,000

For a period of one month starting April 27, Atlantic Broadband will be investing $100,000 to deliver advanced business communication services to SC Advanced Technology Park.

The park is located in Barnwell, S.C and is home to Fortune 500/1000 companies primarily in the manufacturing industry. The company’s investment will provide companies in the park with access to advanced services such as Metro Ethernet, Dedicated Internet Access (DIA), Hosted Voice and FlexTrunk Primary Rate Interface (PRI).

In a press release, Atlantic Broadband’s Vice President and General Manager, Sam McGill lauded the new investment as a step in the right direction. “Through our SC Advanced Technology Park network expansion, we are thrilled to supply the fiber infrastructure necessary to promote continued economic development in the Barnwell area,” he said.

“This superior network connectivity increases the park’s services from outdated DSL and T1 connectivity to advanced fiber based services that enable these businesses to stay in the market, compete globally and grow their bottom lines.” With the ability to deliver Ethernet and Internet Access up to 10 Gbps, Atlantic Broadband will offer these businesses the connectivity needed to efficiently and effectively connect with customers, suppliers and other business units around the world.

Businesses in the SC Advanced Technology Park will have the bandwidth they need to connect to offsite cloud based software, data centers and online corporate systems. “We are excited about this partnership with Atlantic Broadband at SC Advanced Technology Park, as it will allow us to provide state-of-the-art technology to our tenants,” said South Carolina Regional Development Alliance President and CEO, Danny Black.

“By building out the park’s fiber network infrastructure, businesses will have access to the communication services they need in order to effectively compete and will help our development team to continue to increase our customer.” Atlantic Broadband is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cogeco Communications Inc.

Full Press Release: https://atlanticbb.com/sites/default/files/tiny_mce/files/FINAL_SC_Advanced_Tech_Park_4-26-2016.pdf

ATLANTIC BROADBAND TO DELIVER SOPHISTICATED COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES TO
SC ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY PARK

Local Internet, Phone and TV Provider Investing Heavily to Support
Industrial Park Businesses

Aiken, S.C., April 27, 2016 – Atlantic Broadband, the nation’s 12th largest cable operator, announced today that it is investing $100,000 to deliver advanced business communication services to SC Advanced Technology Park in the next 30 days. Located in Barnwell, S.C., the 1,606-acre industrial park is home to Fortune 500/1000 companies primarily in the manufacturing industry.

Atlantic Broadband’s investment will provide companies in the park with access to advanced services such as Metro Ethernet, Dedicated Internet Access (DIA), Hosted Voice and FlexTrunk Primary Rate Interface (PRI). With the ability to deliver Ethernet and Internet Access up to 10 Gbps, Atlantic Broadband will offer these businesses the connectivity needed to efficiently and effectively connect with customers, suppliers and other business units around the corner or around the world. Businesses in the SC Advanced Technology Park will have the bandwidth they need to connect to offsite cloud based software, data centers and online corporate systems.

“Through our SC Advanced Technology Park network expansion, we are thrilled to supply the fiber infrastructure necessary to promote continued economic development in the Barnwell area,” said Atlantic Broadband’s Vice President and General Manager, Sam McGill. “This superior network connectivity increases the park’s services from outdated DSL and T1 connectivity to advanced fiber based services that enable these businesses to stay in the market, compete globally and grow their bottom lines.”

“We are excited about this partnership with Atlantic Broadband at SC Advanced Technology Park, as it will allow us to provide state-of-the-art technology to our tenants,” said South Carolina Regional Development Alliance President and CEO, Danny Black. “By building out the park’s fiber network infrastructure, businesses will have access to the communication services they need in order to effectively compete and will help our development team to continue to increase our customer base and park occupancy.”

“I am grateful for the innovation and high-tech capabilities Atlantic Broadband will provide to Barnwell businesses located in SC Advanced Technology Park. Advanced communications services will strengthen both local businesses and the surrounding community, creating jobs,” said Congressman Joe Wilson, Second District South Carolina.

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