Cox Business/Hospitality Network, a provider to the hotel-gaming industry, has announced the provision of entertainment and business services through Las Vegas’ CityCenter’s fiber optic network.

CityCenter is an urban metropolis on 67 acres between Bellagio and Monte Carlo resorts on the Las Vegas Strip.

Cox designed and built two 10-gigabit fiber optic circuits to a telecommunications junction room at CityCenter that feeds Cox services to various endpoints at the urban destination. Cox is utilizing Internet Protocol television (IPTV) to provide 230 channels of TV content – in SD and HD – as well as VOD services to guest rooms at CityCenter.

Cox is also providing Cox High Speed Internet, Cox Digital Television and Cox Digital Telephone to CityCenter residences as well as shops and restaurants. In addition, the company is providing data transport services for back office and enterprise use.

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