Altice USA, Cable One, Mediacom strike SD-WAN wholesale agreement with aggregator BCN

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BCN Telecom, a company that specializes in aggregating telecom services for multilocation businesses ranging from retail to hospitality, says it has reached wholesale agreements sell services for Cable One and Mediacom, as well as Altice USA’s Suddenlink Communications. 

“The addition of Cable One, Mediacom and Suddenlink significantly enhances our ability to provide the nationwide aggregation of broadband services, which is critical for multilocation businesses,” said Julian Jacquez, CEO of Morristown, New Jersey-based BCN, in a statement. 

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Through its nationwide network of sales partners, BCN will package broadband services from the three cable operators, offering clients 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. 

BCN’s wholesale SD-WAN service, which was launched in April, allows reseller partners to manage their networks and remote devices from a single, cloud-based interface, rather than through traditional methods such as routers, firewalls and switches.

Clients pay one consolidated invoice and contact one service team. 

BCN announced a similar wholesale agreement involving Windstream in August.

"Large multilocation 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 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,” Ginsburg added. 

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