Communications & Connectivity

Las Vegas is the 40th largest DMA in the United States

North America's only Tier 5 Platinum Cloud Availability Ecosystems through Switch

Voice Activated AI in more than 4,700 Hotel Rooms

Hospitality Industry's Largest Next-Generation Wi-Fi Network

A Globally Connected Business Location

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Cox, one of the largest providers of Ethernet services nationwide, services Greater Vegas' residential and commercial markets with high-speed, reliable internet services. Cox owns and operates 7,453 miles of fiber optic cable connecting Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Henderson, Boulder City and unincorporated Clark County. Cox's services are delivered by Hybrid Fiber-Optic Coaxial and Fiber To The Premise networks. Today, Cox's network allows it to provide over 70 percent of customers in its entire footprint gigabit speeds; with 100 percent having access by the end of 2018.

Cox Communications services Southern Nevada’s residential and commercial markets with high-speed, reliable Internet services. Cox owns and operates 7,453 miles of fiber optic cable connecting Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Henderson, Boulder City and unincorporated Clark County. Cox’s services are delivered by Hybrid Fiber-Optic Coaxial and Fiber To The Premise networks. Today, Cox’s network allows it to provide over 70 percent of customers in its entire footprint gigabit speeds; 100 percent will have access to gigabit speeds by the end of 2018. Cox’s HFC network combines optical fiber and coaxial cable to provide residential and commercial customers with high-speed data, video and voice services. Businesses and residences in some areas of Las Vegas also have access to Cox’s gigabit passive optical network. Businesses requiring higher bandwidth of 1Gbps to 100Gbps or more are fed by Cox’s wavelength division multiplexing or synchronous optical network. Cox’s backbone connects its customers to the Internet. Cox’s multiple routes ingressing/egressing Las Vegas, as well as its multiple peering relationships, allow the company to provide high-speed, scalable, resilient and reliable service for its broad customer base.

 

Switch is a technology infrastructure ecosystem corporation whose core business is the design, construction and operation of the most advanced data centers, which are the foundations of the most powerful technology ecosystems on the planet. Founded in 2000 and headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada, Switch is built on the intelligent and sustainable growth of the Internet. Its Founder and CEO, Rob Roy, developed more than 260 patent and patent-pending claims covering data center designs that manifested into their world-renowned data centers and their technology solution ecosystems.

 

Switch is the recognized world leader in data center design, development and mission-critical operations. With an impressive capacity of up to 2.4 million square feet of data center space and capacity to deliver up to 315 MW of power, it is the most advanced and most efficient data center campus in the world. With two facilities in Las Vegas, it expanded with a new $1 billion data storage site in 2015 to make room for an additional 1 million square feet of storage hardware.