Clay County

IQ Fiber activates 100% fiber-optic network in Clay County

ORANGE PARK, Fla. — IQ Fiber has activated its fiber-to-the-home network in Orange Park.

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The $18 million network deployment began in September 2022 and is now serving its first customers. IQ Fiber is also constructing its fiber-optic network in Fleming Island, Lakeside and Ridgeview.

IQ Fiber’s Clay County project is part of the major $45 million network expansion announced last year. The deployment is the company’s first outside of Duval County.

“Orange Park and Clay County residents deserve a better and local choice for high-speed internet service,” said Ted Schremp, CEO of IQ Fiber. “IQ Fiber delivers a streamlined, straight-forward experience along with the highest internet speeds available. Our network is purpose-built for the modern internet, and we’re proud to be based here in Northeast Florida.”

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IQ Fiber’s 100% fiber-optic network is capable of symmetrical speeds of up to 10 gigabits per second. The network consists of underground conduit and fiber-optic cables extending from the core internet backbone directly into individual homes, allowing for fast Internet speeds while supporting the growth in Internet usage and demand.

IQ Fiber is bringing high-speed 100% fiber-optic Internet to areas of Northeast Florida that do not currently have access to modern, symmetrical broadband services. The first phase of the network will deliver fiber-optic internet to 60,000 homes across Northeast Florida. IQ Fiber is privately funded and launched in August 2021.

IQ Fiber is Northeast Florida’s only local fiber-optic internet service provider. Headquartered in Jacksonville, IQ Fiber offers a 100% fiber-optic network with a stress-free guarantee: no contracts, hidden fees or data caps. Its network is supported by live, local customer service across Clay, Duval, Nassau and St. Johns Counties.

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