Cox Communications and Warmington Residential are joining hands to showcase the latest era in digital life, making use of Gigabit internet at Canopy at Esencia in Rancho Mission Viejo, California. Esencia is the first community in Orange County that is wired with fiber optic technology. Each homeowner in Escencia will have the chance to access G1GABLASTSM, which is residential Gigabit internet service from Cox.
Cox Communications and Warmington Residential together held a media-only event recently that offered interactive demonstrations of the 2,800 sq. ft. homes with products, services, and activities that take advantage of the high-speed internet and bandwidth allowances. Sources state that the Warmington model home will be open to public on October 1 and 2, 2016 from 10:00 a.m. until 06:00 p.m. PST.
“The home of the future will have an increasing number of WiFi-enabled devices and it will become imperative for everyone in the household to experience the same level of connectivity, whether it’s the teen gaming in the family room or the work-from-home professional sending or downloading large digital files to colleagues across the world,” commented Sam Attisha, senior vice president and region manager for Cox Communications, California.
“Our event today brings together the most innovative, interactive products and services, such as virtual reality and telehealth, with online celebrities, innovators and businesses, to show the importance of reliable, gig-speed internet,” he added.
Many innovators, personalities, and businesses from Southern California also took part in the event organized by Cox and Warmington Residential. The event featured more than ten interactive demonstrations needing heavy bandwidth, running at the same time. The interactive demonstrations included podcasting, live gaming, broadcasting on Facebook Live, streaming music lessons, virtual reality instructions, Telehealth sessions, and many more.
Cox Communications is the first broadband communications firm to offer Gigabit internet speed to Orange County home and business users. G1GABLAST, which is the residential internet service from Cox, is around hundred times faster than the average internet speeds offered in the US. An average household today connects about six devices to the internet and this number is expected to go up to 50 devices by 2022.