The Switch

The Switch

United States
The Switch is a provider of customer-controlled video switching services throughout major media markets of the United States and in key international locations. It is owned and operated by Beers Enterprises, a privately held company. Since its inception in 1991, The Switch has been embraced by the television marketplace for its technical innovation of direct customer control of switching and its business model of fixed monthly rental port charges, rather than the pay-per-switch charges traditional providers of switching services have imposed on their customers.
Founded date
01/01/1991
# of employees
101-250
Company type
For Profit

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Estimated revenue
$1M to $10M
# of funders
1
Founders
Scott S. Beers
Industry group
Content and Publishing, Media and Entertainment, Video

Founding

Top 5 investors
# of funding runds
5
Last founding
$4.000.000
Total funded
$35.125.201

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