Charter Communications has begun to roll out the Spectrum Business and Enterprise brands within the Cincinnati DMA. Charter merged with Time Warner and Bright House in May of 2016. Charter branded their voice, data and TV solutions for business as Spectrum Business in March of 2015.
According to the release:
Spectrum Business offers flexible and scalable Ethernet up to 1Gbps and fiber Internet solutions up to 10Gbps on a network designed for mission-critical applications. In addition, Spectrum Business offers robust voice trunking solutions including Primary Rate Interface (PRI) and Session Initiation Protocol Trunking (SIP Trunking), managed services, security, and 24/7 dedicated U.S.-based support to ensure a superior customer experience.
Spectrum Business and Spectrum Enterprise are both one ATC’s 100+ providers. In the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky markets, the Spectrum Business fiber network is continuing to expand. Spectrum Business provides a viable option for dedicated metro ethernet fiber when office buildings on On-Net or Near-Net. Contact us to find out what connectivity options you have.
“The merger of Charter Communications (CHTR), Time Warner Cable (TWC), and Bright House Networks was completed on May 18, 2016. With this merger, the new Charter Communications is the second largest US cable player after Comcast (CMCSA).” – Market Realist.