Cox launches gigabit Internet service in Providence

PROVIDENCE MAYOR JORGE O. Elorza is shown at the podium during Cox Communications' announcement about the launch of gigabit Internet service in Providence.  Also shown, from left to right, Jay Allbaugh, senior vice president and region manager, Cox Communications; Dan Nichols, project manager for the Foundry building; and Buff Chace, managing partner, Cornish Associates. / COURTESY COX COMMUNICATIONS
PROVIDENCE MAYOR JORGE O. Elorza is shown at the podium during Cox Communications' announcement about the launch of gigabit Internet service in Providence. Also shown, from left to right, Jay Allbaugh, senior vice president and region manager, Cox Communications; Dan Nichols, project manager for the Foundry building; and Buff Chace, managing partner, Cornish Associates. / COURTESY COX COMMUNICATIONS
PROVIDENCE – Cox Communications said Monday that its high-speed gigabit Internet service for residential customers is available at several downtown properties, with more to offer the service in coming months. Called “GIGABLAST,” it is the first gigabit-speed residential Internet service to be offered in Rhode Island, according to Cox. Mayor Jorge O. Elorza and local…

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