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Medina County Fiber is taking high-speed network to residents

Medina County Fiber is bringing the high-speed, broadband network to homes in Seville, Guilford Township and Westfield Center.

The group made the announcement at a news conference on Tuesday, April 2.

The system, an open-access network, is leasing space on the "fiber ring" from the Medina County Fiber Network, which is owned by Medina County and operated by the Medina County Port Authority. The open-access model means multiple services and service providers can operate on the shared network, and residents can choose services from various suppliers.

In addition to internet, television and voice services, Medina County Fiber will offer residents telehealth services, the release said. Docity will provide the service and partners directly with communities and internet providers. To read the full article click here.