Hilton San Francisco Union Square Upgrades With Comcast Fiber

With the upgrade, Hilton San Francisco Union Square has moved from two Internet circuits of 500 Mbit/s to two dedicated 1Gbit/s circuits, upgradable to 10 Gbit/s.

September 3, 2015

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SAN FRANCISCO -- Today, Comcast Business announced that Hilton San Francisco Union Square hotel has upgraded its Comcast Business Ethernet services spanning its 1919 guest rooms and 130,000 square feet of meeting space, to provide a strong and reliable Internet experience for its guests. With the upgrade, Hilton San Francisco Union Square has moved from two Internet circuits of 500Mbps to two dedicated 1Gbps circuits, upgradable to 10Gbps.

Hilton San Francisco Union Square, the brand’s largest property in the Western U.S. and the largest hotel in San Francisco, hosts a variety of corporate clients including leading organizations in the tech sector, making it imperative that its Internet offering is high-speed, reliable, flexible to scale and able to rapidly respond to the demands of its clientele in both its guest rooms and meeting spaces. It is equally important for the hotel to be able to provide the bandwidth to support guests’ social activities including streaming video or other content to keep in touch with loved ones, while meeting industry standards to support up to 6,000 guests online at the same time.

“One of the essential amenities we offer to our guests is Internet and our goal to support as many users with as much bandwidth at the highest speed possible at any given time is made possible by using Comcast Business’ Ethernet,” said Pejman Parvazi, Area Manager for Information Technology at Hilton Worldwide. “We have been impressed with Comcast’s ability to address our needs and provide the potential to grow while offering reliable support. It is important for us to deliver high quality amenities to our guests.”

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