Bright House buy augments Charter's biz services strength

Charter Communications' proposed $10.4 billion purchase of Bright House Networks augments its position in the business services market, which is currently dominated by Comcast and Time Warner Cable. With the deal, and its associated Ethernet footprint that includes 18,000 miles of fiber, Charter increases its scale across business services in a number of key vertical industry segments, including healthcare, hospitality, government and education. FierceTelecom has a complete look at the impact the deal will have on Charter's business services strength right here. 

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