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City Signal Wires OneCleveland

OneCleveland, a consortium looking to bring broadband to the region, picks City Signal Communications to provide the fiber backbone

November 19, 2003

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CLEVELAND -- OneCleveland, a consortium founded by eight Cleveland area institutions and government entities who joined forces to bring high-speed communication access to the region, announced today that City Signal Communications was selected as a key provider for the fiber backbone that will ultimately connect end users and carry OneCleveland’s data traffic.

“This agreement represents an important milestone as we prepare to create the largest and fastest metropolitan network in the world,” said Dell Klingensmith, interim Director of OneCleveland. “OneCleveland is an ambitious project and City Signal’s state-of-the-art metro network will provide us world-class infrastructure.”

City Signal will initially provide two fibers along a 95-mile network comprised of 4 individual fiber rings. Valued at over $1 million dollars, the route itself encircles Greater Cleveland, from Westlake to Independence to Garfield Heights, and connects most points in between.

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