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DALLAS, Nov. 17, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — @GEN15 – In response to rapid data growth driven by today’s texting, emailing, app downloading consumer, Cox Business is launching a new small cell service to allow mobile operators to quickly and strategically extend coverage capacity.  Extending to hard-to-reach areas, Cox Business small cell service decreases network overload in high volume locations thus improving the customer experience and allowing data consumption to grow.

Cox Business will exhibit its new small cell service offering at the Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) GEN15 conference, taking place November 16-19, 2015 in Dallas, TX.

In a recent video, Senior Vice President of Cox Business, Steve Rowley highlighted why mobile operators need small cell from Cox Business to deliver on the customer experience.

According to a recent study by Cisco, 497 million mobile devices and connections were added in 2014. With mobile growth expected to continue, mobile operators have begun seeking supplements to macro cell solutions to ensure customer demand is met.

The new small cell offering from Cox Business provides mobile operators a cost-effective, quick-deploying solution to expand network capacity and reuse wireless spectrum while enhancing quality of service and reliability.  Businesses have three outdoor options: strand mount, pole mount and ground cabinet.

“As mobile usage climbs, operators need a cost-effective means to improve the flexibility and reliability of their networks. Our small cell solution empowers mobile operators to meet and exceed customer expectations through convenient, fast network access,” said Steve Rowley, senior vice president of Cox Business.

Cox Business will display its strand-mounted small cell in booth 307 of the Omni Hotel in Dallas during the GEN15 conference.  For more information on Cox Business’ small cell offering, visit

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