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MaxxSouth Completes Expansion of 1 Gigabit Internet Technology To All Oxford Residents

MaxxSouth’s location on Jackson Ave.

Just in time for the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) students to return, MaxxSouth Broadband finalized the upgrade of its network to provide up to 1 Gigabit internet broadband services to all Oxford areas. This upgrade will provide students and the community with significant speed increases, enabling them to connect to the internet faster.
Using Docsis 3.1 technology, combined with the existing fiber-to-the-home services that MaxxSouth launched last year, the company now offers all Oxford residents access to 1 Gigabit internet speeds. The service is dramatically faster than the average speed of internet connection in the country and is available at a competitive price.
“This upgrade, which benefits all of Oxford, is a game-changer for its residents, Ole Miss students and faculty members,” said Peter Kahelin, President and CEO of MaxxSouth. “Investing in infrastructures that provide state-of-the-art broadband services to cities such as Oxford, that house academic institutions like Ole Miss, is critical to support the development and future of these communities.”  
The company also announced that the towns of Bruce, Calhoun City, Derma, Houston and Vardaman now have access to 1 Gigabit internet broadband service, as part of these network enhancements. 
Internet speeds at 1 Gigabit represent a download capability of 1,000 Megabits. With the average internet speed in the U.S., downloading a two-hour high definition movie would take about 30 minutes. Using a 1 Gigabit internet service, that same download would take less than a minute.
“MaxxSouth Broadband continues to deliver on its commitment to enhance the broadband amenities provided to the communities it serves,” said Kahelin. “We are devoted to continue our expansion of advanced internet, video and telephony services into other communities throughout central and northern Mississippi. The ultimate goal is that the 61 municipalities that comprise our coverage area will have access to these new technologies.”
Kahelin went on to invite all Oxford residents to experience the 1 Gigabit service at the new MaxxSouth retail location at 1901 Jackson Ave. West Oxford.


Courtesy of Maxxsouth/Relic Marketing 

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