This private subsidiary of Cox Enterprises, founded in 1962 and headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, United States is a leading in the industry.
It provides telecommunication, digital cable television, and Home Automation services in United States and is one of the largest cable television provider and telephone carrier in the United States. Cox Communications offers voice, data, video solutions for commercial customers and national and local cable spot and new media advertising.
It serves the education, healthcare, hospitality industries. It provides voice and data communication services to businesses (Cox Business) in addition to local and national advertising services (Cox Media). Cox Enterprises consists of Cox Communications (broadband & cable), Cox Automotive and Cox Media Group (newspapers, radio and TV stations).
This telecommunications company, having its presence in the central, southwest, southeast, and northeast regions of the US thereby covering about 20 states, attributes to providing fundamental cable services to more than 6 million subscribers, with 3 million subscribers mainly for digital cables and 3.5 million for Internet access, and thereby making it one the largest US cable companies in market providing services to more than 260,000 regional and small scale businesses. The company continues to expand its services and other products such as ConnectedHome and gigabit-speed Internet.
The company had a revenue of $18 billion in the financial year ending 2015. As part of its corporate social responsibility, Cox Communications tied up with the U.S. Dept of Housing and Urban Development, and announced plans to provide broadband Internet service with discounts to low-income families in 18 states of the U.S.