Keyword: Atlantic Broadband
Atlantic Broadband has rebranded all of its acquired MetroCast cable systems and announced a series of broadband speed upgrades.
Montreal-based cable conglomerate Cogeco seems to be getting the growth it wanted from its Metrocast purchase in January.
After suing Comcast, Cox, Mediacom and several other smaller cable operators over VoIP patents, Sprint has placed even more cable operators in its sights.
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Atlantic Broadband intends to stay in Rochester, New Hampshire, despite the city's decision to hand Comcast a cable franchise agreement in December.
Cogeco’s low-growth core Canadian assets put it in “the most vulnerable competitive position” of any telecom company Barclays' research arm covers.
Montreal-based Cogeco Communications has closed on the $1.4 billion purchase of MetroCast's remaining assets in five U.S. states.
Oak Hill Capital Partners, a well-known player in the cable market, is behind the $70 million move to give Charter competition in Lexington, Kentucky.
Cogeco executives said during their third-quarter earnings report that 65% of broadband competition faced by recently expanded U.S. asset Atlantic Broadband is DSL.
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