CIF to roll out fibre in Wateringse Veld

Thursday 31 March 2011 | 16:55 CET | News
The Dutch community of Wateringse Veld has started work on a local fibre network. The municipality of The Hague, in which the area falls, and infrastructure investment fund CIF signed a covenant on the plan, which will see CIF responsible for network roll-out. Construction work will run until early 2012. CIF already owns the coax network in Wateringse Veld and will also own the new fibre network. Caiway, which provides services on the cable network, will also be a service provider on the fibre network, offering internet, TV and telephony. The community has around 7,700 homes.

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Caiway
Countries: Netherlands
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