Research Brief

Vodafone hires Eurofiber for business market assault

, published: September 2010
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Vodafone Netherlands teams up with Eurofiber for the construction of a nationwide FTTO network, which will connect all business locations and business parks in the Netherlands to fibre. The aim is to build out 1,000 km per year during the next 10 years. The first customers are planned to be connected in early 2011. Vodafone does not invest itself in fibre (FTTO), but only in equipment. However, the deal is based on the end user contribution, based on multi-year contracts. This emerges from a conversation we had with Jack Smits of Vodafone Enterprise Services and Eurofiber's Martin Vos and Lars Alkema. The financial details of the contract are not disclosed, but it is clear that Eurofiber will retain the ownership of the passive infrastructure (mainly fibre and ducts). In this Research Brief, we explore the implications of this deal.


Research Type Overview
Published 08 Sep 2010
Pages 4
File Type PDF
Size 76kb
Geographic Scope    Netherlands
Editions Fixed, Internet
Topics Cooperations & alliance, Voice services, Television, Fibre, Internet Access, Enterprise

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