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Cisco Wins With Cox

Cox Communications is deploying Cisco Internet routers and switches

January 7, 2002

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SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: CSCO), the worldwide leader in networking for the Internet, announced today that Cox Communications, Inc., is deploying Cisco Internet routers and switches to satisfy the rapidly increasing demand from its greater than three-quarters of a million customers for high-value IP services such as content delivery, and Virtual Private Networks (VPN). Cox chose several Cisco products to support this enormous network expansion. This includes interconnecting Metropolitan Area Networks (MANs) using the Cisco 12406 Internet Router in a backbone application and the Cisco 7609 Internet Router and Cisco Catalyst® 6509 and 6513 switches to support its regional and service data centers. In addition, Cox has selected the market-leading ONS 15454 Metro Optical Transport Platform at many of these interconnection sites to enable maximum service density of voice and data services. "Cisco was a natural choice to help us build our next generation network," explained Jay Rolls, vice president of data engineering for Cox Communications. "Cisco and Cox have enjoyed a long standing successful relationship dating back to our days pioneering the DOCSIS standard. We've chosen Cisco to fulfill a key part of our network build-out, as we know we can rely on them for superior technology leadership and innovation."Cisco Systems Inc.Cox Communications Inc.

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