Friday, January 30, 2009

Jeff Erf sends information on Cox Cable Internet developments

Attention Cox "high-speed" Internet users...

In February, Cox will begin testing a new method of managing traffic on our high-speed
Internet network in our Kansas and Arkansas markets. During the occasional times the
network is congested, this new technology automatically ensures that all time-sensitive
Internet traffic – such as web pages, voice calls, streaming videos and gaming – moves
without delay. Less time-sensitive traffic, such as file uploads, peer-to-peer and Usenet
newsgroups, may be delayed momentarily – but only when the local network is congested. Our
goal is to ensure that customers continue to experience the consistently fast, reliable
Internet service they've come to expect from Cox.


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