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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.

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Features

  • Threat Management Service

  • Domain Name System (DNS)

  • Enterprise Support

  • Symmetrical Traffic Flow

  • Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) Routing

  • Static IP Addresses

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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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Quincy, Illinois is a river city community that was built on top of limestone bluffs. The city serves as a economic and cultural hub of central western Illinois. It has been nicknamed "The Gem City." Notable residents of the city of Quincy have included actor Robert Livingston (The Lone Ranger Rides Again, The Three Mesquiteers), actor/director Henry Kolker (Baby Face, Disraeli), actor John Anderson (MacGyver, Star Trek: The Next Generation), and actress Mary Astor (The Maltese Falcon).

Population: 40504
Local Newspapers: Quincy Herald Whig
Local Sports Teams: Gateway Grizzlies (FPB) Springfield Capitals (FPB) Springfield Jr. Blues (AHL)
Local Colleges: Quincy University

Zip Codes associated with quincy, illinois: 62301
Towns/Cities near quincy, illinois : La Grange Hannibal

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Illinois has plenty of other dysfunctional nursing homes Governor Rauner should visit

Dear Governor Rauner: I took notice of your week-long stay at the Illinois Veterans Home in Quincy . You could've just done the easy thing and popped by for a quick photo op while promising to fix the nursing home facility where bacteria-contaminated water caused three outbreaks of Legionnaires' disease over as many years-killing 13 and leaving dozens of elderly veterans critically ill.

Bruce Rauner wants Quincy veterans' home to remain open after...

Governor Bruce Rauner left the Illinois Veterans Home in Quincy, where 13 people have died of Legionnaires' disease since July 2015, Wednesday after a week-long stay. Calls have been made for the home to be shut down, but rather than close the facility Rauner now says he will "leave no stone unturned" to renovate it, including replacing its water system to prevent another outbreak.

Illinois to replace vets' plumbing amid Legionnaire's crisis

Flanked by residents of the Illinois Veterans Home, Gov. Bruce Rauner addresses members of the media during a news conference Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018, at Smith Hall on the campus of the Illinois Veterans Home in Quincy, Ill. Rauner has been staying at the facility since last week to better understand the operations of the home after it experienced a Legionnaires' disease outbreak.

Rauner defends delayed notification

Illinois public health officials delayed informing the public for nearly a week about a deadly 2015 Legionnaires' disease outbreak at a state veterans' home in Quincy despite knowing the facility was facing "the beginning of an epidemic," according to internal emails from Gov. Bruce Rauner's office obtained by WBEZ. [] One of the nation's top infectious disease experts said it's "mind boggling" that the state would wait six days to notify the public about the initial outbreak at the Illinois Veterans Home.

Illinois lawmakers to query Rauner cabinet on Legionnaires'

Lawmakers are scheduled to question members of Gov. Bruce Rauner's administration about the deadly outbreak of Legionnaires' disease at the Illinois Veterans Home in Quincy . The House and Senate Veterans' Affairs Committees plan a joint hearing Tuesday in Chicago on the illness that has contributed to the deaths of 13 residents since 2015 and sickened dozens of others.

Opponent calls Rauner's move into Quincy veterans' home ...

Governor Bruce Rauner moved into the Illinois Veterans Home in Quincy late last week in the midst of controversy over the death of 13 veterans at the state-run home from Legionnaires' disease on his watch. "He plans to spend several days there with the residents and staff," his spokeswoman, Rachel Bold, said Thursday.

Physician finds peace in Cook County ER, and now Quincy

In this Dec. 20, 2017 photo, Quincy Medical Group's Sumul Gandhi poses for a photo in a treatment room at QMG in Quincy, Ill. The 35-year-old dermatologist was valedictorian of his high school class, earned three masters degrees simultaneously and, in 2015, co-founded an online business that rents out healthcare spaces to physicians in need.

Rauner to spend a several daysa at veterans home

Gov. Bruce Rauner has moved into the Illinois Veterans Home in Quincy for several days, a response to reports of ongoing outbreaks of Legionnaires' disease there. Rauner's office said Thursday that the goal is to get a better understanding of the facility where 13 residents have died of the disease since 2015.

Transgender inmate seeks rare transfer to female prison

Transgender inmate seeks rare transfer to female prison CHICAGO - A 26-year-old transgender Chicago woman serving a 10-year sentence for burglary is seeking a rare transfer from a male to a female prison where she says she'll be less vulnerable to abuse. A federal judge will hear testimony Friday on Deon "Strawberry" Hampton's transfer request.

IDPH posts CDC Legionnaires' Disease report

SPRINGFIELD The Illinois Department of Public Health has posted the most recent Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report addressing the Legionnaires' disease cases at the Illinois Veterans Home in Quincy . CDC generated the report after a visit in December 2017 by environmental health and infectious disease specialists to IVHQ.

*** UPDATED x1 *** Rauner on Quincy Legionnaires' outbreak: "These things happen"

Herald-News: We wanted to ask you about something in the news recently about the Legionnaires' disease outbreak at the Quincy Veterans' Home. Your opponents were coming down on you not taking responsibility in their eyes.

Drebes and Lister exchange vows

Miss Abby Drebes and Adam Lister, both of Hull, exchanged wedding vows April 1 at Barry United Methodist Church in Barry. The bride is a daughter of Wayne and Jackie Drebes of Fowler, and the grand-daughter of Roberta and the late Harvey Drebes of Quincy and Judy and the late Wayne Shepard of Mt.

Ives suggests Rauner to blame for veterans' home deaths

Fox News Channel's Special Report with Bret Baier recently covered multiple fatalities resulting from Legionnaires' disease of a veterans' home in Quincy, Illinois. State Representative Jeanne Ives, an Army veteran and Republican Candidate for Governor, issued the following statement: "As a veteran, and the daughter and granddaughter of soldiers, I find the conditions in the Illinois Veterans Home, as well as the delayed response from the Rauner Administration, to be a disgrace," said State Representative Jeanne Ives, a Republican Candidate for Governor.

27 years of recipes and memories

I want to thank all of our readers and newspapers along the line for reading The Amish Cook. 2018 will mark the column's 27th year and I've been at the helm the whole time.

27 years of recipes, memories

I want to thank all of our readers and newspapers along the line for reading The Amish Cook. 2018 will mark the column's 27th year and I've been at the helm the whole time.

Cold weather forcing crews to stop work on Adams County Jail

AM reports Wednesday that crews building the Adams County Jail in Quincy have had to stop construction because cement for foundation pillars could freeze.

CDC: Legionaires found at Quincy Veterans Home

Testing of water for Legionaires Disease by the Centers for Disease Control at the troubled Quincy Veterans Home has turned up another positive hit. CDC testing found Legionaries in a shower head.

IDPH posts Legionnaires' disease reports

SPRINGFIELD The Illinois Department of Public Health has posted two Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports addressing the Legionnaires' disease outbreaks at the Illinois Veterans Home in Quincy . CDC generated the reports after two visits by environmental health and infectious disease specialists to IVHQ.

The cover-up always gets you

One is the six-day period between August 21 of 2015, when Illinois Public Health Director Nirav Shah claimed the administration "realized that the situation was the beginning of an epidemic," and August 27 of 2015 when the Rauner administration issued its first public notice about that epidemic In the email, Shah underlined "six days" for added emphasis, but it is not clear why. His reference to a "typical reporting protocol" also is not fully explained, with a spokeswoman on Wednesday saying there is no "hard and fast rule" about when the public must be notified about an infectious disease outbreak.

Hearing to address Legionella outbreak at veterans home

The Illinois General Assembly's two veterans committees are scheduled to hold a joint legislative hearing to address the Legionnaires' disease outbreak at a veterans home. Thirteen residents at the Illinois Veterans Home have died of the disease over the past three years, including 12 who died in 2015 and one whose death was reported in October.

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