Our privately owned, nationwide fiber network spans 22 states and includes over 150,000 serviceable buildings. Mediacom Business offers a strong option in rural America with service that is on par with the largest metropolitan areas; compared to other provides who are scarcely deployed.
Robust business internet with speed offerings of 60/5, 100/10, 300/20 and 1G/30 Mbps foster collaboration and efficiency from virtually anywhere. Quality service and the experience to match it.
Access Ethernet Private Line (EPL) and Ethernet Virtual Private Line (EVPL) connections from an External Network-to-Network Interface (ENNI).
E-Transport connects POPs between metro markets and ENNIs to expand your network.
Access the full internet route or port-only connections with dedicated fiber.
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Reliable and scalable backhaul solutions that provide cell site monitoring, independent of the site access, for end-to-end service visibility and SLA verification and reporting.
Our fully protected, redundant and private network provides nationwide “last mile” coverage. We provide a comprehensive service-level agreement (SLA) backed by Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) 9, MEF 14, and Carrier Ethernet (CE) 2.0 certifications. Our network averages over 99.999%* uptime.
*2021 Mediacom Executive Summary Reliability Report
We support each account with a dedicated team, account services and service delivery. 24/7/365 surveillance and monitoring are provided by our Network Operations Center (NOC).
Our scalable Ethernet and fiber services provide dedicated bandwidth with speeds up to 10 Gbps and beyond.
FIRST U.S. cable company to deploy 1 Gig broadband speeds across its network in 2017.
BRIDGING the digital divide with significant infrastructure investments to ensure our communities have access to the same level of internet in the largest metropolitan areas.
FIRST internet service provider to launch 10G in field trials.
SUPERIOR infrastructure to respond to devasting tornados in Kentucky and So. Illinois, historic derecho in Iowa, wildfires in California, hurricanes in Florida and the nationwide COVID-19 pandemic to keep businesses and communities connected in times of need.