What you need to know about Cox’s new ‘internet of things’ hotspots

  • October 11, 2021

Posted September 12, 2018 07:12:06 Cox has unveiled a new range of new hotspots aimed at the internet of things, including wi-fi hotspots that allow you to use the internet without plugging in your router.

The company said the new range was designed to “provide a secure internet connection for your devices”.

“The internet of devices is a rapidly changing environment, with many new connected devices emerging, including the internet-connected TVs and devices in homes, businesses and hotels,” Cox said in a statement.

“This includes Wi-Fi hotspots where people can connect to Wi-Fis, tablets and smart devices from anywhere, including to each other.”

“Wi-Fi devices can be connected to the internet and provide a secure connection for their devices,” it added.

“Cox’s cloud-enabled devices can connect over a network to connect to other devices, and the connected devices can work with the Cox Wi-fi system to provide a private, secure internet experience.” “

The new Wi-fis can also connect to computers, and allow you access to your home’s Wi-Flash storage and other devices. “

Cox’s cloud-enabled devices can connect over a network to connect to other devices, and the connected devices can work with the Cox Wi-fi system to provide a private, secure internet experience.”

The new Wi-fis can also connect to computers, and allow you access to your home’s Wi-Flash storage and other devices.

Users can also use the hotspots to share files, such as videos, photos, music and media.

“By providing a secure Wi-Internet connection, Cox is enabling businesses and households to make the most of the latest connected technology, and are making the internet accessible for all Australians,” Cox spokesperson Michael Pyle said.

“Through the Cox IoT solution, Cox will deliver a secure, convenient, and secure internet that enables users to make their devices work together and to share information, including files, securely.”

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