Almere starts fibre-optic network roll-out

Tuesday 18 December 2007 | 10:59 CET | News
The Dutch city of Almere has laid the first cable for its city fibre-optic network. Over the next two and a half years, all 70,000 homes will be connected to the network. AlmeerNet, owner of the network, is a project of the Almere Fiber Consortium, with includes the housing corporations Goede Stede, Ymere and Alliantie Flevoland and Reggefiber.

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Reggefiber
Countries: Netherlands
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