Atlantic Broadband grows DOCSIS 3.1 footprint
Atlantic Broadband is expanding its DOCSIS 3.1-based gigabit Internet footprint for residential and business customers in its Western Pennsylvania, West Virginia and New ...
Atlantic Broadband is expanding its DOCSIS 3.1-based gigabit Internet footprint for residential and business customers in its Western Pennsylvania, West Virginia and New York service areas including Johnstown, Altoona, Bradford, Warren, Kingwood and Salamanca. The deployment also includes the company's Virginia service area, including King George, Westmoreland, Essex, Richmond, Mathews and Northumberland counties.
Atlantic Broadband plans to have gigabit service available in most of its service footprint, across 11 states from Maine to Florida, by the end of the year.
Atlantic Broadband launched gigabit in Connecticut in 2016 and in its Miami footprint a year later. Additional launches occurred in 2018 in its New Hampshire/Maine, Southern Maryland, and Aiken, South Carolina service areas.
"Atlantic Broadband is committed to providing our customers with the latest gigabit Internet speeds," said Curt Kosko, Atlantic Broadband's senior vice president and general manager. "This expansion will provide highly reliable, transformative internet speeds to homes and businesses throughout our service areas."