2018 October POINT!


THE POINT! ISSUE #3525 - October 2018 Editorial staff: Kaylee Terracina, Nate Fisher, Cynthia Reid

JENNY LOVE MEYER Love’s Travel Stops and Country Stores Vice Chair, Marketing and Communications J. LARRY NICHOLS Devon Energy Corporation Vice Chair, Strategic Planning NATALIE SHIRLEY National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum Vice Chair, Convention and Visitor Development SEAN TRAUSCHKE OGE Energy Corp. Vice Chair, Economic Development ROY H. WILLIAMS, CCE Greater Oklahoma City Chamber President & CEO

DAVID HAGER Devon Energy Corporation Vice Chair, Forward Oklahoma City CARL E. EDWARDS Price Edwards & Company Vice Chair, Innovation and Bioscience STEVE HAHN AT&T Oklahoma Vice Chair, Membership JUDY J. HATFIELD, CCIM Equity Commercial Realty, LLC Vice Chair, Military and Aerospace BRADLEY W. KRIEGER Arvest Bank Vice Chair, Government Relations TOM J. MCDANIEL American Fidelity Foundation Vice Chair, MAPS Development

RHONDA HOOPER Jordan Advertising Chair PERCY KIRK Cox Communications Chair-Elect DAVID E. RAINBOLT BancFirst Corporation Immediate Past Chair JOHN HART Continental Resources Treasurer BRUCE LAWRENCE

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INTEGRIS Health Corporate Secretary CLAYTON I. BENNETT Dorchester Capital Vice Chair, Strategic Planning TERESA ROSE CROOK Communities Foundation of Oklahoma Vice Chair, Education

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It’s amazing how quickly technology evolves. It’s projected that the average household will have 50 internet-enabled devices by the year 2020. Once limited to the imagination, consumer demand is now strong for home automation features and smart appliances such as refrigerators and washing machines. The rapid increase in internet-enabled devices and new technology continues to make our lives easier and helps businesses run more efficiently. But how? The backbone of technological advancement is a strong infrastructure. With gigabit internet speeds in Oklahoma City, Cox Communications is enabling smarter homes and businesses by delivering ultra-fast speeds through- out the community. Gigabit internet speeds allow users to: • Run all internet-enabled devices at the same time • Stream more than 25 4K HD videos simultaneously • Download an HD movie in less than 60 seconds • Download 100 songs in three seconds • Upload about 1,000 photos in about a minute

By offering GIGABLAST internet service to the Oklahoma City metro area, Cox is staying ahead of customers’ growing demands, as residents can already use multiple internet-enabled devices simultaneously to stream, download and share. Cox is making significant upgrades to its infrastructure in Oklahoma City as part of the company’s commitment to invest $10B in its network over the next five years. Cox has been committed to offering gigabit speeds to all customers – not just a select few – and an array of speed and pricing options for all homes and businesses. By heavily investing in our infrastructure, we are enabling smart homes, smart businesses and smart cities to be more connected than ever before. Fast and reliable internet connections are essential to driving local innovation and providing access to education opportunities. Having access to gigabit internet speeds helps drive us well into the future as we continue to innovate and use technology to connect to the world.

The Future is Now: Cox Paves Way for Smarter Homes, Businesses in Oklahoma City

by Kristin Peck, Vice President of Public Affairs, Cox Communications


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