Business news of local interest
Atlantic Broadband announces backup service
QUINCY — Atlantic Broadband announced the availability of 4G LTE backup service for its business internet customers.
Supported by Altaworx, which aggregates services from two leading nationwide wireless networks, the service enhances reliability by protecting against internet interruptions. With the addition of the backup service, Atlantic Broadband’s internet service now offers a 99.9 percent uptime commitment through Service Level Agreements.
Small- to medium-sized businesses today rely on internet service to ensure seamless operations. If internet service is interrupted by unexpected situations like power failure or equipment damage, it can affect point of sale operations, computer connections, security systems and more. Atlantic Broadband’s new 4G LTE backup service delivers automatic connectivity and business continuity so that businesses can continue to serve their customers.
ARW breaks ground on community building
The American Rescue Workers recently broke ground for its new Mary Fowler Nest Community Building at 502 Mulberry St.
The new 30-by 32-foot building will be used for various fundraising efforts and community events. The building is anticipated to be completed in the fall.
The Mary Fowler Nest Community Building is named after Mary Fowler, a previous ARW leader who was well known in the community for serving the poorest of the poor.