Located in Summit County, the city of Hudson recently launched a city-owned, high-speed broadband service designed to serve the needs of businesses in the community. As the city begins laying its all fiber-optic cable network throughout the month of November, it will become one of the first “gigabit” cities in the state of Ohio.
Marketed under the name Velocity Broadband, the network will provide businesses with up to a “gigabit” of speed. This high-speed service will enable businesses to connect, download and communicate faster without interruption, helping to save costly downtime and operate more efficiently.
For more information about Velocity Broadband, please visit www.hudsonvelocity.com.