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Our Private Line and Wavelength Services set the standard for high-capacity, high-quality, point-to-point transmissions, with bandwidth entirely dedicated to your business.
Data center interconnect. Build resilient and scalable data center interconnection with low-latency Wavelength Services scalable to 100 Gbps to grow with your enterprise.
Dedicated private line access. Receive PBX-to-PBX interconnections with DS-1 and DS-3 options.
Point-to-point privacy. DWDM-based, point-to-point private network brings secure, reliable high-speed connection for stand-alone or integrated communications between your locations.
Reliable connectivity. Proven reliability provides extensive availability with our Enhanced Protection Option, including various electronics redundancy and fiber-optic path diversity options.
Controlled access. With our point-to-point connection, there's no sharing bandwidth. Your business receives dedicated speed and connection.
For business, government and educational enterprises that need a flexible, multi-protocol, highly customizable solution to their very high-capacity optical transport needs, Cox Wavelength Services provides an excellent solution. With speeds scalable up to 100 Gbps, Cox Business uses Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) technology to enable two or more optical signals that have different wavelengths to be simultaneously transmitted in the same direction over fiber. DWDM technology is protocol and bit rate independent, which enables the service to support multiple customer protocols and applications on a single platform.
Wavelength service is a fully managed, dedicated, end-end solution delivered over Cox facilities and Cox-supplied electronics. Customers do not have to invest in very expensive Dense Wave Division Multiplexing (DWDM) and Optical Add Drop Multiplexer (OADM) equipment. Simply connect their equipment to the service via standard interfaces. And because wavelength service is highly scalable, customers only pay for the capacity they require at the time, while retaining the ability to add capacity in the future.