New Knoxville, Ohio (January 4, 2022) NKTelco, a leading communications provider in Ohio, announced
the completion of their Fiber-To-The-Premise system expansion in Jackson Center. With this
completion, the 750 local homes and businesses, are now connected to NKTelco’s fiber optic ring. This
ring will provide continuity of service and status monitoring to all residents and businesses, including
several large medical and commercial establishments, and give local healthcare and schools access to
this advanced technology. Jackson Center becomes the latest community in west-central Ohio to
become part of a multi-gigabit broadband network.
In addition to the construction of multi-gig fiber services, NKTelco has installed an automated sports
camera in the high school gymnasium for the Jackson Center Tigers. The Tigers will become one of a
group of schools that can now live stream sporting activities to the public at any time using the NKT.tv
subscription platform. All sporting events will be available on-demand.
“Jackson Center residents have been looking forward to the completion of this project and I’m sure
they will be very happy with the results,” said Preston Meyer, General Manager of NKTelco. “We are
committed to playing an active role in bringing multi-gigabit data services to everyone who lives in
Jackson Center.” said Meyer.
“NKTelco is a great company to work with and we hope the results of their efforts show”, said Bruce
Metz, Village Administrator. “Small communities like Jackson Center sometimes get overlooked. We
are excited this service is now available to our entire community.”
NKTelco is a locally owned and operated fiber provider that has been in business since 1905 and currently offers data, voice and video services to residential and business customers in communities in West Central Ohio. NKTelco has a long history of expanding its fiber network to provide the best service possible to its customers. Currently, NKTelco serves the New Knoxville, New Bremen, Minster, Ft. Loramie, Botkins, Anna, Maria Stein, Chickasaw, Osgood, Russia, Jackson Center, Sidney, Piqua, and Versailles communities.