The Comcast Corporation’s corporate network infrastructure includes its cable television service, Comcast Internet, and Comcast Satellite TV.
Comcast’s corporate networking is built on proprietary hardware and software from Cisco Systems, Inc., and is managed by Cisco.
Cisco also has its own network infrastructure for corporate services such as cloud computing.
The company maintains its own corporate networking software and is used by other major companies such as Google and Apple.
However, the company does not use Cisco hardware for its corporate network hardware.
The company has also launched its own proprietary networking products for the corporate network.
As part of its network infrastructure and security strategy, the corporate communications company also manages its own domain name system, DNS, to help manage its network.
Comcast also uses its own VPN, which allows its customers to use other networks.
Complex infrastructureThe Comcast network is built with many layers of security, according to Comcast.
Comcast’s network is not connected to the internet and is not accessible from a network server.
Comcast does have access to an external network, which is run by Cisco, that is used to connect to the Comcast network, Comcast said.
Comcast customers have to login with a Comcast credentials token (CCT) on a Comcast router, which helps Comcast control the network.
Composite networkThe Comcast Network is composed of a core infrastructure and several separate services.
The core infrastructure consists of the following elements:The core services consist of a web server, a DNS server, and a web application server.
Computecommunications said it has over 10,000 subscribers to its corporate networks.