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Motorola D3 Gear in Cox Las Vegas

Word is in from one of the Broadband Reports forums that Cox subscribers in Las Vegas are seeing massive speed increases thanks (once again) to Motorola D3 gear. Specifically, subscribers are reporting speed boosts with the Motorola SB6120 DOCSIS 3.0 modem.

Well came home tonight to see the blue light on my Motorola SB6120. Ran a speed test with Cox’s internal testing site and I’m getting a reported 88Mbps available bandwidth and able to run the speed test at over 70Mbps.

I got the new Motorola Surfboard Extreme picked up from Fry’s about 2 months ago. Cost about $99

The other day I almost broke 100 during the test

The new Cox “Ultimate Internet” tier only went live officially a few days ago, and it promises downloads speeds up to 50 Mbps. As noted above, actual speeds may vary in your favor.

3 Responses

  1. […] While revenue was still down in 2009 compared to 2008, Infonetics has an interesting forecast for DOCSIS 3.0 gear over the next five years. Infonetics projects revenue from DOCSIS 3.0 CPE to approach three billion […]

  2. […] The SBG6580 comes with several premium features including DOCSIS 3.0 compatibility (works with higher-speed D3 services), an 802.11N wireless access point, and a Gigabit Ethernet 4-port switch with an advanced firewall. […]

  3. […] for cable operators today, yet it still carries quite a bit of confusion. Now that DOCSIS 3.0 is widely deployed, there are questions about whether analog return paths are sufficient for upstream traffic, or […]

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