Businesses in Cranberry, Marshall and Pine Townships Now Have Access to Comcast’s Advanced Network and Suite of Innovative Business Products and Services
RLA Learning and Conference Center Among First New Customers
CRANBERRY TOWNSHIP, PA (July 29, 2020) – Comcast Business today announced it has completed construction along the Route 19 corridor that expands its advanced network to customers in Cranberry, Marshall and Pine townships, providing local business of all sizes with Ethernet, Internet, Wi-Fi and Voice solutions. This expansion will offer access to service for more than 2,400 additional business addresses in the area.
“We are excited to be part of these communities and look forward to serving businesses along this portion of the growing Route 19 corridor,” said Michael Parker, Senior Vice President of Comcast’s Keystone Region. “Comcast Business is prepared to meet the technology needs of all local businesses at single or multiple sites.”
Businesses now have access to a Comcast Business suite of products that includes:
- Business Dedicated Internet up to 100 Gbps;
- Business Voice: providing office phone solutions for small, medium and large businesses
The Regional Learning Alliance is the region’s foremost learning, conference, and training center serving the Pittsburgh region. The Alliance is a nonprofit dedicated to enhancing workforce and economic vitality and offers a premier full-service campus for learning, meeting, and training.
“Comcast Business is providing us with the speed and reliability we need to be successful,” said Dr. Justin Griffith, CEO of the Regional Learning Alliance.
Comcast Business has also entered into a multi-year agreement with Cranberry Township that includes community signage and ongoing sponsorship opportunities. “We are excited to work with Cranberry Township as it continues to support local businesses, from restaurants and doctors’ offices to corporate centers, professional complexes and more,” said Aaron Mimran, regional vice president of Comcast Business.
“Cranberry Township is a hub for regional, national and international businesses, and those companies need reliable services that will ensure they can get the job done each day,” said Dick Hadley, Chairman of the Cranberry Township Board of Supervisors. “We are thrilled that Comcast Business has expanded into Cranberry Township, joining other quality internet technology companies in providing these critical services to our businesses.”
This expansion into northwestern Allegheny County and southwestern Butler County is one of many conducted by Comcast Business in recent years. Others include Pittsburgh, Brookville, Harrisburg, Chambersburg, Lititz, Ephrata, Kingston and Somerset and Fayette counties in Pennsylvania, as well as expansions in Steubenville, OH, Garrett County, MD and Preston County, WV.
For more information, businesses can visit business.comcast.com.