New Faces—Atlantic Broadband

New Faces—Atlantic Broadband

Published June 2020

    Editor’s Note: Florida Community Association Journal would like to introduce a new advertising partner.

Atlantic Broadband

Company Headquarters
2 Batterymarch Park, Suite 205,
Quincy, Massachusetts 02169

Company Principals

  • Frank van der Post, President
  • Patrick Bratton, Senior Vice President and ChiefFinancial Officer
  • Leslie Brown, Senior Vice President and GeneralCounsel
  • Danny Jobe, Vice President of Operations

Atlantic Broadband was formed in 2003 with the purchase of cable systems from St. Louis-based Charter Communications Inc., which included operations in Miami Beach, FL. In 2012 Montreal-based Cogeco Communications Inc. acquired Atlantic Broadband and set into motion a period of sustained growth: In 2015 and again in 2018, Cogeco Communications Inc. acquired cable properties from MetroCast Communications, adding more than 300,000 homes and businesses to the Atlantic Broadband footprint. 

In October 2018 Atlantic Broadband acquired the entire South Florida fiber network from FiberLight, LLC, more than doubling its existing fiber footprint in the region.  Today, Atlantic Broadband is the eighth-largest cable operator in the United States, serving customers in 11 states, with more than 1,400 employees. 

Atlantic Broadband Florida operations offer services in South Florida and maintain offices in North Bay Village, South Miami, and West Palm Beach.

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Atlantic Broadband delivers advanced superfast internet, video, and phone services to residential customers, small and medium businesses, and enterprise clients over a highly reliable, fiber-rich, high-capacity network. It also offers customized, scalable metro ethernet enterprise solutions, including dedicated fiber with symmetrical speeds up to 10 Gbps, point-to-point and multipoint transport, and hosted voice solutions.  Meanwhile, Atlantic Broadband Select Communities has been delivering flexible and reliable TV, internet, and phone services to discerning multi-unit properties for the past 15 years.

Atlantic Broadband knows that each community is unique, with its own needs and requirements. A dedicated account executive team works closely with community associations to develop customized solutions tailored to each community. Collaboration with community associations is essential to this process.

The COVID-19 outbreak has revealed how critical connectivity services are to daily life, whether for home or business. Atlantic Broadband worked to ensure that its customers remained connected during the crisis, while keeping its employees, customers, and communities safe by implementing a range of protective measures. Our commitment to our communities will remain long after the COVID-19 situation subsides, a commitment to quality services backed by first-rate customer care and support.

For more information, call 888-674-4892.