City of Kettering, altafiber to provide Wi-Fi at public venues
KETTERING, Oh. – altafiber and the City of Kettering are pleased to announce a new partnership as the technology company continues to expand beyond its traditional footprint of Greater Cincinnati.
Under terms of the five-year agreement, altafiber and its Smart City organization – branded as UniCity – will provide a state-of-the-art, fiber-enabled Wi-Fi network at the following City of Kettering locations that attract thousands of visitors every year:
- Fraze Pavilion: The altafiber Wi-Fi network will feature 24 access points at one of southwestern Ohio’s premier neighborhood outdoor entertainment venues, which includes a 4,300-seat amphitheater. Completion date is scheduled for June 2022.
- Kettering Recreation Complex: The altafiber Wi-Fi network will feature 20 access points throughout the 152,000-square-foot facility that includes a lap pool, spa, ice arena, gymnasium, and meeting rooms. Completion date expected to be late 2022.
- Delco Park: The altafiber Wi-Fi network will feature 9 access points across the complex. Completion date expected to be late 2022.
altafiber has a long history and progressive experience in providing and managing large and complex wireline and wireless projects. As the leading supplier of fiber-based services in Greater Cincinnati, altafiber has invested more than $1 billion into expanding its fiber network across the region.
altafiber is committed to building fiber beyond its traditional operating area. The company has a growing presence in Dayton and the surrounding area where recent projects include providing a fiber-based Smart City solution in the Oregon District and City of Fairborn; public Wi-Fi at Levitt Pavilion Dayton; and public Wi-Fi at UD Arena. altafiber also recently announced that it will open a retail store and business office in Dayton in the spring of 2022.
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