By Ken KelleyCHATHAM, Ont. – TekSavvy and the municipality of Chatham-Kent, Ontario announced today a joint effort to build a high-speed, open access fibre broadband network in the Southwestern Ontario region. The municipality will invest $6.5 million to facilitate the open-access fibre backbone that will connect communities in Chatham-Kent.As Canada’s largest independent ISP, TekSavvy plans to connect more than 38,000 residences and businesses in the region, starting in Chatham with plans to expand to Blenheim, Ridgetown, Tilbury, and Wallaceburg, investing up to $26 million over 18 months in the development of its fibre network.TekSavvy has already begun construction of its fibre network...
TekSavvy, Chatham-Kent, spending $32.5 million on new fibre net
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