Cox Business has announced two more financial services customers: San Diego County Credit Union and Pensacola, FL-based O’Sullivan Creel.

San Diego County Credit Union (SDCCU) has more than $4.8 billion in assets and is wholly-owned and operated by its 205,000 members. SDCCU uses Cox Metro Ethernet to transmit transactional and operational data between its 27 locations and has complex disaster recovery circuits in place that automatically reroute data during an unexpected outage or crisis.

Cox Business allowed independent accounting firm O’Sullivan Creel to move duplicate data servers into Cox’s Category 3 hurricane-resistant colocation facility that includes generator and battery back-up in the event of commercial power failure. These servers are backed up in real-time via a 100 Mbps fiber Cox Metro Ethernet connection and O’Sullivan Creel can offer clients 24/7 access to personal account information through a secure client portal.

According to Vertical Systems Group, Cox Business is the fourth largest provider of business Ethernet services in the United States based on customer ports.

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