Expansion brings gigabit speeds to local businesses in 238 buildings.

December 6, 2016

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FREMONT, Calif. -- Comcast Business today announced it has completed installation of a nearly $4 million fiber optic network expansion across the City of Fremont, California, bringing Gigabit speeds to local businesses in 238 buildings. The expansion – which included laying over 18 miles of new fiber – bringsToda high-performance Ethernet, internet and voice solutions to enterprises and small businesses in the area, giving them access to the tools they need to remain competitive and scale as the need arises.

“We identified Fremont as a city with high-tech companies ready to grow but that lacked the internet capacity needed to launch critical applications, support business operations and attract new employees,” said Ted Girdner, Comcast’s regional vice president of Business Services for California. “We rolled out our Ethernet solutions so Fremont businesses can put their focus where it needs to be – on delivering exemplary services to their current customers, and looking ahead to expansion and continued growth. We didn’t just roll-out fiber, we laid a foundation that Fremont will be able to continue to develop and live off of for years to come.”

The fourth most populous city in the San Francisco Bay Area, Fremont is the largest suburb in Alameda County. The City recently celebrated the 60th anniversary of its incorporation this past January. Fremont’s economy is heavily comprised of organizations in the industrial, manufacturing, small business and technology sectors.

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