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Int. en Inglés | exclusive technology integration telecommunication services provider

Las Vegas Arena choose Cox Business Hospitality Network

Cox Business Hospitality Network, a subsidiary of Cox Communications, Inc. and a leading provider of broadcast and technology-related services to the commercial and gaming-resort verticals in Southern Nevada, has been named the exclusive technology integration/telecommunication services provider for the new Las Vegas Arena.

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The 20,000-seat sports and entertainment venue is scheduled to open on the celebrated Las Vegas Strip in April 2016.

“Cox Business supports many of the largest and most popular venues and resorts in the world and we are proud to be an integral player in this iconic new arena on the Las Vegas Strip,”
said Pat Esser, president of Cox Communications, Inc. “The broadband infrastructure we provide will directly enhance the guest experience for attendees who visit the Las Vegas Arena and employees who work there every day.” 

Cox Business/Hospitality Network designed and constructed a 10-Gigabit diverse and redundant fiber optic network for the Las Vegas Arena to support the deployment of wired and wireless Internet connectivity inside the premier events venue. Utilizing Cisco Connected Stadium Wi-Fi, more than 550 Wi-Fi access points inside the Arena will deliver targeted download speeds of up to 20 Mbps to Wi-Fi enabled devices. Guests will be able to authenticate their free Wi-Fi connectivity as they approach the arena from Toshiba Plaza, an adjacent two-acre outdoor entertainment space, while enjoying an interactive experience throughout the venues.

In addition to the deployment and management of a wired and wireless Internet infrastructure, Cox Business/Hospitality Network will use Cisco StadiumVision to centrally manage and target delivery of over 60 channels of high-definition news, sports and entertainment content from the Cox cable channel lineup and live in-house feeds from the arena floor to 650 digital displays throughout the arena located in VIP luxury suites, opera boxes and clubs, as well as concession and public areas. All monitors will have the capability to carry live in-house feeds from the arena floor. The solution, which allows for 4k video, provides the arena with the necessary flexibility to create unique experiences for each event with themed content and promotions.

Mark Faber, senior vice president, AEG Global Partnerships, said, ““The partnership with Cox is a vital component to the Las Vegas Arena operation. As the leader in the broadband communications industry, their exceptional services and cutting-edge technology will support our efforts in creating memorable experiences for our guests every time they attend an event.”

Cox Business/Hospitality Network provides high-speed wired and wireless Internet services to more than four million square feet of convention, trade show and meeting room space nationwide, including two million square feet at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
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