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GlasvezelVught begins digging; Reggefiber registers homes

Tuesday 15 March 2011 | 14:20 CET | News
The fibre optic project GlasvezelVught will begin rolling out FTTH in Vught on 3 April. OONO, the Open Independent Network Operator, has been contracted as the operator for the active layer. The network will be constructed on behalf of GlasvezelVught, which also wants to include the town centre of Cromvoirt. There will a total of 11,000 connections, not only for homes but also shops, businesses and institutions. As usual, OONO has selected Alcatel-Lucent's GPON system, with open access and a maximum bandwidth of 1 Gbps symmetrical. New Dutch service provider Glashelder has been contracted as

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Categories: Fixed / General / Internet
Companies: Alcatel-Lucent USA/FR / Glashelder / GlasvezelVught / KPN / OONO / Reggefiber
Countries: Netherlands
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