Suddenlink Communications, formerly Cebridge Connections, is a US cable broadband service provider with approximately 1.5 million subscribers. Suddenlink operates in 16 states including Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas. With its corporate headquarters in St. Louis, Missouri, Suddenlink is part of Altice N.V., a multinational telecoms company, and is being integrated into Altice USA which is the successor to Cablevision of New York City, which was acquired by Altice in 2016 and will be the fifth-largest cable provider in the United States. Suddenlink traces its origins to January 2002, when it was a part of Cequel Communications LLC. Cequel III, a separate privately owned company, which was founded by Jerry Kent, Howard Wood, and Dan Bergstein as an investment and management firm that focuses

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  • Suddenlink Communications, formerly Cebridge Connections, is a US cable broadband service provider with approximately 1.5 million subscribers. Suddenlink operates in 16 states including Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas. With its corporate headquarters in St. Louis, Missouri, Suddenlink is part of Altice N.V., a multinational telecoms company, and is being integrated into Altice USA which is the successor to Cablevision of New York City, which was acquired by Altice in 2016 and will be the fifth-largest cable provider in the United States. Suddenlink traces its origins to January 2002, when it was a part of Cequel Communications LLC. Cequel III, a separate privately owned company, which was founded by Jerry Kent, Howard Wood, and Dan Bergstein as an investment and management firm that focuses on development of cable and telecommunications companies. Cequel III maintained a contract with Suddenlink for the provision of certain management services. (en)
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  • Suddenlink Communications, formerly Cebridge Connections, is a US cable broadband service provider with approximately 1.5 million subscribers. Suddenlink operates in 16 states including Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas. With its corporate headquarters in St. Louis, Missouri, Suddenlink is part of Altice N.V., a multinational telecoms company, and is being integrated into Altice USA which is the successor to Cablevision of New York City, which was acquired by Altice in 2016 and will be the fifth-largest cable provider in the United States. Suddenlink traces its origins to January 2002, when it was a part of Cequel Communications LLC. Cequel III, a separate privately owned company, which was founded by Jerry Kent, Howard Wood, and Dan Bergstein as an investment and management firm that focuses (en)
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  • Suddenlink Communications (en)
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