Ohio electric cooperative to provide fiber services to 15 school districts, local businesses

Consolidated Electric Cooperative, a member-owned utility cooperative, has tapped Adtran to deploy a fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) network that will ultimately serve 15 school districts and a handful of businesses in north Central Ohio. The utility is leveraging a $2.4 million federal stimulus grant it won in 2009 to fund the $5 million project. FierceInstaller tracks this latest development. Article

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