Excellence born of necessity

Rolls, Jay
February 2004
CED;Feb2004, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p36
Trade Publication
Reports that Cox Communications builds its own Internet telephony backbone. Business strategy; Continuance of its Internet services; Condition of Cox's Internet business.


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