Altibox supplies fibre to gaming centre House of Nerds

Thursday 19 February 2015 | 11:44 CET | News
Cable operator Altibox said it is providing fibre connectivity to House of Nerds (HoN), a centre for gaming and technology fanatics in Oslo. HoN has recently opened its doors and its 1,000 square metre premises are crammed with games consoles, computers and offices for games developers. HoN manager Ida Faldbakken said response time is important for gaming so it has connected to one of the most modern fibre networks in northern Europe.

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Companies: Altibox
Countries: Norway
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