Gigabit Internet Speeds Available For Parma Homes, Businesses And Communities
Homes and residences in Cox Communications’ serviceable areas in Parma now have access to gigabit Internet speeds, providing ultra-fast connectivity for the latest online technology advancements, including video-chatting, gaming and movies and TV shows.
Gigabit services has been available to Parma businesses and government offices for years, and enterprise-level solutions from Cox Business can provide speeds in excess of 10-gigabit. To power these advancements, Cox has invested $15 billion in its network during the past decade, while committing to another $10 billion over the next five years. As a result of those investments and product enhancements, Cox is enabling smarter homes, businesses and communities.
Cox has deployed gigabit speeds to 100 percent of customers in its Ohio footprint. Parma has been fully-deployed with gigabit speeds, allowing Internet users and families to:
- Realize ultra-fast speeds for all the connected devices in a home, including “smart home” products such as refrigerators, lightbulbs, thermostats and coffee makers;
- Stream more than 25 4K HD videos simultaneously;
- Download an HD movie in less than 60 seconds;
- Download 100 songs in three seconds;
- and, use technology in the most creative ways they can think of – from helping loved ones live independently as they age to letting students video-chat with peers on the other side of the world.
Gigabit speeds provide the connectivity that powers the future of online commerce, communication and entertainment, but Cox’s investment in its network goes beyond speed. Products such as Homelife and Contour TV represent the next generation of interconnected “smart home” technology. Cox Business Security Solutions enables real-time monitoring and safety features, reducing risk and operational costs and driving “smart businesses” across the state. These technologies are made possible by the power and reliability of Cox’s national network.
“The number of connected devices in homes and businesses increases every year, and as consumers rely more and more on connectivity, we know we play a vital role in helping our customers not just get online, but manage their busy lives,” said Jay Allbaugh, senior vice president and region manager, Cox Communications. “Gigabit residential speeds are an important step for the company, but it’s the full suite of products, services and bandwidth that allows Cox to meet and exceed the expectations of the homes and businesses of Ohio.”
Those interested in learning more about gigabit speeds from Cox can visit www.cox.com/gig.
Jeff Lavery is the public relations manager for Cox Communications in the northeast.