Dedicated Internet Access

Support bandwidth-intensive applications with a robust Internet connection and an Enterprise feature set with a highly secure Ethernet Internet.

  • Keep IT costs down with cost-effective Internet access.

  • Easily expand your circuit capacity as needed, from 2 Mbps to 10 Gbps.

  • Get enterprise support from a team of technical specialists.

Product Overview

Dedicated Internet Access is designed for businesses that need greater Internet capacity and a dedicated connection between their existing Local Area Network (LAN) and the public Internet.

Product Overview EPL Technical Overview


  • Threat Management Service

  • Domain Name System (DNS)

  • Enterprise Support

  • Symmetrical Traffic Flow

  • Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) Routing

  • Static IP Addresses

Why Comcast Ethernet Dedicated Internet Access?

Organizations everywhere utilize the Internet as an essential business tool. Ethernet-based Dedicated Internet Access (DIA) services provide many benefits over T1-based DIA services. DIA services eliminate the need to buy more capacity than what is required.

How Does Ethernet Based Dedicated Internet Work?

Ethernet Dedicated Internet provides an Ethernet Virtual Connection (EVC) from the customer's location to a Comcast Internet Point of Presence (POP) router. Our Ethernet interface enables true plug-and-play compatibility with your LAN.


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Gaithersburg is urbanistically diverse, encompassing a historic Old Town, multiple new urbanist communities, high-rise apartments, and suburban subdivisions. The National Institute of Standards and Technology is headquartered in Gaithersburg. Other major employers in the city include IBM, Lockheed Martin Information Systems and Global Services business area headquarters, MedImmune (recently purchased by AstraZeneca), and Sodexo.

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Gaithersburg News
Supernus getting Maryland incentives in HQ relocation, plans to add 160 jobs

We told you earlier this month that Rockville biotech Supernus Pharmaceuticals Inc. would be moving its headquarters up Interstate 270 to Gaithersburg.

Longtime Raku chef and his sister opening their own sushi bar

A brother-sister duo from Montgomery County are set to open Kenaki, a restaurant in Gaithersburg that will help more people discover sushi, or as Aki Ballogdajan puts it, "food that makes you dance."

Gov. Hogan visits Montgomery Co. Public Safety Training Academy

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan met with Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett and Police Chief Tom Manger to talk about gang prevention, school safety and other issues connected to the governor's crime package now being considered in the Maryland General Assembly. "It's kind of unique situation here in Montgomery County - different from Baltimore City or other places we're dealing with and we just wanted to get their perspective," Hogan said.

Supernus Pharmaceuticals inks deal for new, expanded headquarters

After a year of surging growth, Supernus Pharmaceuticals Inc. is building out a new home double its current size.

Parents foot some bills for 1-in-4 Millennials working full-time: Report

Nearly a quarter of Millennials who are fully employed report receiving help from their parents with bill-paying, according to a recent survey by The majority of them, about 80%, do not live with mom or dad.

Man Charged With Killing Couple Found Dead in Burtonsville

A man has been charged in the deaths of a man and woman found fatally shot in a car last month in Burtonsville, Maryland. Gregory Terrell Jones, 24, of Martinsville, West Virginia was arrested in Gaithersburg and charged with two counts of first degree murder in the deaths of Ashley Dickinson and Joshua Frazier.

Best Week, Worst Week: Viela Bio gets $250M and a green light; Gun-rights advocates on the defensive

Viela Bio got the OK this week to venture out as an independent biotech company with strong investor backing while gun-rights supporters were dealt another blow in the form of proposed legislation to ban the possession or use of bump stocks on guns. Business writer Tim Curtis reported Wednesday that Gaithersburg-based Viela Bio was spun off ... Complete access to news articles on this website is available to Daily Record subscribers who are logged in.

Severe winds leave more than 600,000 without power

After damaging winds that gusted up to 70 mph bombarded the D.C. area, clean-up continues as emergency crews and utilities assess the fallout. More than 606,000 customers in the D.C. area are without power.

Sheehy Auto Stores buys Nottingham Ridge property

Sheehy Auto Stores has acquired more than five acres of land at the Nottingham Ridge development in White Marsh. The car dealer joins Royal Farms at the site, and both of the retailers are expected to open those locations later this year.

Planning a wedding? Start with the budget

The proposal was perfect. You've told friends and family the exciting news and shared pictures of the sparkly new ring on Instagram.

Gay Afro-Latino Md. House candidate running to 'expand opportunity'

Gabriel Acevero is running for the Maryland House of Delegates. He would be the first openly gay man of Afro-Latino descent elected to the state's General Assembly if he were to win.

AstraZeneca spins off autoimmune drugs into new biotech company

AstraZeneca is spinning off six early-stage experimental drugs into a new $250 million standalone biotech company focused on severe autoimmune diseases. The spin-off of the three clinical and three pre-clinical biological compounds, announced on Wednesday, is the latest example of the British drugmaker pruning its non-core drug development work to focus on priority areas, notably in cancer.

Planning a wedding? Start with the budget

The proposal was perfect. You've told friends and family the exciting news and shared pictures of the sparkly new ring on Instagram.

Wages rising for poor, rich, but not for middle class

Jorge Hunzelmann was pleased enough when his employer bumped up his pay this year by $2.50 an hour to $19.50. Hunzelmann, a truck driver, is a beneficiary of a tightening labor market.

US hospitals testing experimental therapies to prevent two common bacterial infections

The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases , part of the National Institutes of Health, is supporting U.S. clinical sites participating in two ongoing international Phase 2 clinical trials evaluating investigational antibody-based therapies aimed at preventing potentially antibiotic-resistant infections. By aligning the NIAID Antibacterial Resistance Leadership Group with a large international consortium leading the effort, the U.S. investigators hope to enroll 30 adult patients from 15 intensive care units in the trials.

DOJ Seeks To Revoke Citizenship Of Gaithersburg Man

The U.S. Justice Department has filed a denaturalization lawsuit against a Maryland man who authorities say concealed his sexual abuse of a child while he was going through the naturalization process to become a U.S. citizen. The lawsuit alleges that Moises Javier Lopez, a native of Colombia living in Gaithersburg, sexually abused a minor child, both before filing his naturalization application and throughout the process.

Wages are finally starting to rise, but not for the middle class

Restaurant workers have seen faster wage gains in part because of higher minimum wages in many states and cities, Jorge Hunzelmann was pleased enough when his employer bumped up his pay this year by $2.50 an hour to $19.50. Hunzelmann, a truck driver, is a beneficiary of a tightening labor market.

911 texting a good start, but Md. system needs more to protect lives

On April 19, 2006, Kaafee Billah called 911 from his office at MedImmune/AstraZeneca in Gaithersburg. He thought he might be having a heart attack.

Dave & Buster's is coming to Gaithersburg

Dave & Buster's is coming to Gaithersburg. The entertainment venue and restaurant has signed on for a nearly 39,000-square-foot location at Rio Washington Center, according to Montgomery County blog The MoCoShow.

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