Comcast Acquires Deep Blue Communications

  • Comcast Business
  • 05.01.19

Comcast announced it has completed the acquisition of Deep Blue Communications – a Latham, NY-based industry leader in engineering, installing, and managing commercial WiFi networks. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.


The acquisition allows Comcast to combine the power and reliability of its advanced network solutions with intelligent, managed WiFi that creates greater efficiency for businesses and differentiated experiences for customers.

“Customers will benefit from our expertise in advanced business and network solutions with Deep Blue Communications’ know-how in providing commercial, managed WiFi at scale,” said Bill Stemper, President, Comcast Business. “We look forward to delivering innovative solutions that will drive competitive advantage and growth in key vertical industries such as hospitality and entertainment.”

Deep Blue has made the INC 5000 list of the fastest growing companies for the last seven years, and emerged as a leading managed WiFi provider for retail and entertainment venues, as well as a certified provider for several leading hospitality brands.

“At Deep Blue Communications, we are passionate about WiFi. This passion has fueled our 15-year growth into a leading provider of award-winning WiFi solutions that are reshaping the landscape of today’s hospitality and entertainment industries,” said Brian Epstein, CEO, Deep Blue Communications. “We’re thrilled to join Comcast and work with the Comcast Business team. Together, we will connect people, network and advanced applications to deliver ever-evolving network, guest and customer experiences.”

For more information on Comcast Business and Deep Blue Communications, visit https://welcome.deepbluecommunications.com/

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