CIF moves forward with plans to bring fibre to Harderwijk

Tuesday 14 June 2011 | 10:15 CET | News
Dutch banking unit Rabo Bouwfonds Communications Infrastructure Fund (CIF) has decided to continue with its plans to roll out a fibre network in Harderwijk despite CAI Harderwijk's intention of laying out its own network in the area. CAI Harderwijk recently announced that it will build an FTTH network and that it had declined an offer by CIF to buy that network. CAI Harderwijk has scheduled two years to set up the network while CIF will seek to start works in the third or fourth quarter in order to complete the project sometime in 2012.

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Categories: Fixed / Internet
Companies: CAI Harderwijk / CIF
Countries: Netherlands
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