A message from Brian Epstein, VP and General Manager
April 1, 2020
To Our Deep Blue Community,
As your trusted business partner, I am reaching out to you personally to let you know what we are doing to maintain our safety standards and keep your business connected to our services in response to COVID-19.
Deep Blue Communications Awarded Marriott Certificate of Excellence
February 6, 2020 – Deep Blue Communications, A Comcast Business Company, is proud to accept the Marriott Certificate of Excellence Award for 2019. We continually strive to provide the best service, compliance and customer satisfaction as a premier Marriott Certified GPNS WiFi Supplier.
Comcast Acquires Deep Blue Communications
May 1, 2019 – Comcast today announced it has completed the acquisition of Deep Blue Communications– a Latham, NY-based industry leader in engineering, installing, and managing commercial WiFi networks…
Deep Blue Communications moving into former Apprenda offices in Troy
Deep Blue Communications moving into former Deep Blue Communications, a fast-growing WiFi provider in Latham, is moving about half the local staff to downtown Troy — filling the offices formerly leased by software firm Apprenda at Hedley Park Place.
New York Racing Association deploys seamless connectivity at Saratoga Race Course
New York Racing Association, Inc. (NYRA) operates three of the largest thoroughbred horse-racing tracks in the U.S., including the Saratoga Race Course in Saratoga Springs, New York. Considered one of the oldest sporting venues in the United States, the Saratoga Race Course can accommodate 50,000 guests, many of them accessing the free guest WiFi network to place online bets, access schedules, etc.
Monetizing Guest WiFi at the Saratoga Race Course
Located in upstate New York, the Saratoga Race Course is the oldest continuously operated thoroughbred racetrack in the U.S. According to Bob Hughes, Vice President and CIO for the New York Racing Association (NYRA), fans often spend an entire day at the beautiful 350-acre Saratoga Race Course, which features historic horse barns, picnic areas, restaurants, and tracks. Perhaps not surprisingly, visitors also expect free access to fast and ubiquitous guest WiFi throughout the sprawling property.