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Cox Promotes Philip Nutsugah to Senior VP of Product Development and Management

Veteran cable executive Steve Necessary to retire at yearend.

Cox Communications (No. 18 on the DiversityInc Top 50 Companies list) has announced that Philip Nutsugah has been promoted to senior vice president of product development and management.

Philip Nutsugah

Nutsugah will oversee the end-to-end product lifecycle function for all residential and business voice, video and data services and will report directly to Executive Vice President Kevin Hart, who now oversees technology and product organizations.

Since joining Cox in 2006, Nutsugah has served in various leadership roles in the product organization, recently guiding the development and launch of Cox Gigablast and Panoramic WiFi.

"The expertise of our product development and management team is increasingly important as we focus on aggressively competing and growing our portfolio to better serve new and existing customers," said Kevin Hart, executive vice president, chief product management and technology officer. "Under Philip's leadership, Cox's aggressive Gigabit internet launch has led the market and he'll bring that same level of commitment and creative approach to our full suite of services."

Steve Necessary, who has led all major video initiatives in the last 13 years and managed the company's full product portfolio since 2015, will retire at the end of the year. Prior to joining Cox, Necessary served for more than 20 years in leadership positions at Concurrent Computer Corporation and Scientific Atlanta.

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Cox Business installs hundreds of WiFi access points and miles of ethernet and fiber to provide seamless guest experience throughout the venue.

Originally Published by Cox Communications.

The SMG-managed BOK Center announced a multi-year collaboration with Cox Business as the Official Technology Communications provider of the 19,199-capacity downtown arena. BOK Center recently celebrated it's 10-year anniversary and has garnered significant recognition and honors from national industry associations.

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Cox Communications Offers Government Shutdown Help for Federal Employees

Cox Communications Statement: Government Shutdown Help for Federal Employees

With the ongoing government shutdown, we don't want our customers who are impacted to worry about losing their Cox services. If you're an impacted federal employee and are unable to make a payment by your due date, log in to My Account on or reach out to our customer service representatives through text, phone or chat for options.

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Gig Speeds Available to 90 percent of Cox Customers This Holiday Season

Make your house the new holiday hot spot, bring guests closer with gigabit experience.

Originally Published by Cox Communications.

This holiday season, 90 percent of Cox customers can get gigabit internet speeds, ensuring a house full of people and connected gadgets can all enjoy a great internet experience. The rapid deployment of gig speeds this year has made it possible for nine out of 10 homes in the Cox footprint to choose GIGABLAST, with 99 percent of customers able to get gig speeds by the end of next year.

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Cox Changes Logo, Tagline to Bring People Closer

"This will be a journey, but we want our products and employees to be advocates of real connections, not just connectivity."

Originally Published by Cox Communications.

Cox creates millions of moments of human connections every day and will focus more on what makes these connections so powerful and unique. To emphasize this shift, the company is launching new advertising, a new logo with a warmer look and feel, and a tagline of "bringing us closer."

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