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SlideshowFiber, 5G or Cable? The Battle for the Enterprise Branch Office

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9/11/2019 | 3:30:54 PM
Not Happening
Cable Enterrise does not have the right leadership in place to mak this "partnership" happen. 
7/30/2019 | 1:16:20 PM
It depends on location
What branch offices pick depends on where in the US they are. if your in altice territory in the North East you have a choice between optimum business cablemodem, optimum FTTH, Lightpath and verizon fios. Both fios and altice ftth for business are about $400 to $450 a month. thats for 1 gig/1gig service. Lightpath is more money but comes with an sla agreement. We have a private 1gig point to point with them for $1500 . 
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