Tim Berelsman, chief executive of CNI-Independents Fiber Network, said in a release this week: “These facilities complement our existing facilities in Montgomery, Warren, Greene and Clinton counties. They also provide a much needed presence in Butler and northern Hamilton counties.”
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Added Berelsman, “At Independents Fiber Network, we are fully committed to increasing the reach of our ethernet fiber, which includes continuing to invest in markets where we see demand for our high performance networking solutions.”
Nathan Zehringer, transport manager for Independents Fiber Network, added, “Initially we will be integrating a portion of the route into our core backhaul network to bring our route through Dayton … while adding additional protection to our Lebanon.”
“This expansion allows us to improve our current services as well as provide various physical paths that allow for more redundancy, Zehringer said in a statement.
Independents Fiber Network was established in 2003 focusing on ethernet-over-fiber solutions including voice, video, and data services.
The company says its focus is “operating a fiber optic backhaul network dedicated to serving rural and underserved communities in Ohio, Michigan, and Indiana.”