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KPN adopts Genexis NTU made of recycled plastic

Tuesday 28 January 2020 | 10:43 CET | News
Genexis, part of Inteno Group, announced that it has started delivery of its new gigabit fibre products based on recycled plastic to KPN. The new network termination unit for in the customer's home uses 25 percent less plastic than its previous version, in addition to recycled materials. 

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Genexis / Inteno / KPN
Countries: Netherlands
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