Comcast launches technology business, provides integrated broadband communications services

Headquartered in Philadelphia and a newcomer to the fiber optics communications industry, Comcast Business Communications will provide businesses with end-to-end communications solutions.

Headquartered in Philadelphia and a newcomer to the fiber optics communications industry, Comcast Business Communications will provide businesses with end-to-end communications solutions, including high-speed Internet services, data networking services, web hosting, and local and long distance voice services. Comcast Business Communications will tailor services to create distinctive packages for its customers' individual communications needs.

Comcast Business Communications extends the reach of Comcast's core network directly into the business community. Engineered for business, this next-generation network carries Internet, data and voice "through the last mile." By deploying optical network technology deeper into the business community, Comcast claims to deliver fiber capacity to businesses that have historically been underserved.

Comcast Business Communications will operate as an independent unit reporting to Comcast Corporation and will be led by recently appointed Comcast Business Communications president Robert M. Keane. The company will initially serve the Baltimore market and expand to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Virginia, and Detroit throughout 2001.

About Comcast Business Communications:

Comcast Business Communications provides integrated broadband communications to businesses, including Internet, data and voice solutions, and scalable, integrated broadband services tailored to customer needs. For more information, visit www.comcastwork.com.

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