Securities Americas consolidates infrastructure with Cox Business

After it began building a new data center, Securities America concluded it would be more efficient to go with one carrier for its voice, video, data and Internet services. Its choice was Cox Business.

Being an investment advisory firm that's responsible for more than $34 billion in client assets, Securities Americas thought that Cox Business' ability to develop a complex data transport network with necessary redundant links was the best path to ensure business continuity required for sensitive financial information.

In the process of this transition, Securities America was going from having on headquarters location in Omaha, Neb. to two new locations in addition to updating its connection to its remote data center in Kansas City, Mo. What's more, the financial services company wanted advanced voice capabilities and digital television at its corporate headquarters.

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