Cox plans gigabit Internet for residential customers this year


Cox Communications President Pat Esser said the cable company will roll out gigabit broadband to residential customers this year. During an interview with Bloomberg yesterday , Esser said: Delivering gigabit speeds to business service customers has always been a high priority to us, and for years we’ve delivered gigabit broadband to commercial customers across the country. We’re working on our roadmap now around the residential side of the business to bring gigabit speeds to customers this year. I’m talking about plans over time for all of our customers in all of our markets having residential gigabit broadband speeds available to them, and we’re excited about it. Over the next two to three weeks we’ll be announcing which markets we’re starting in. Esser didn’t mention whether this would be a fiber-to-the-home service, but at another point he noted, “We have this very robust network, fiber very deep in the network.” Cox offers fiber-to-the-premises for business customers needing 1Gbps or 10Gbps throughput. Read 6 remaining paragraphs | Comments

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Cox plans gigabit Internet for residential customers this year


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