Comcast Business will equip all of Peculiar’s buildings and facilities with unified communications infrastructure, specifically point-to-point fibre connectivity.
The City of Peculiar, Missouri, has chosen Comcast Business to upgrade its broadband connectivity to help optimise government service operations and better serve its citizens.
Comcast Business will equip all of Peculiar’s buildings and facilities with unified communications infrastructure, specifically point-to-point fibre connectivity, wide area network (WAN) and scalable internet access, allowing data to be delivered at up to 10 gigabits/second.
According to Comcast, this new agreement will enable the city to become one of the first smart cities in Missouri.
“Serving Peculiar residents to the best of our ability today – and tomorrow – is our top priority,” said Brad Ratliff, city administrator, City of Peculiar
“Our partnership with Comcast Business is another step towards that goal. This upgraded communications technology increases our ability to meet the needs of Peculiar residents today and prepares our city for a vibrant, growing future by attracting new businesses and enhancing economic growth.”
“Serving Peculiar residents to the best of our ability today – and tomorrow – is our top priority”
Peculiar will employ Comcast Business Ethernet Network Service, a cost-effective alternative to traditional network technologies that is ideal for organisations utilising high data volumes. City staff will have network visibility, to determine whether its mission-critical applications are operating smoothly.
“We look forward to working side-by-side with the city of Peculiar to deliver world class internet service technologies,” said Kalyn Hove, vice president, Comcast Business. “Aided by these customised solutions, city leaders can leverage innovative technologies to help improve processes and operations for residents.”
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