FiberCorp signs first corporate customer on its Amsterdam network

Nov. 14, 2001--FiberCorp has announced the signing of an important contract with CMG, a consultancy organisation specializing in IT and Telecommunications, for a dark fiber connection between the consultancy's headquarters in Hoofddorp and Amstelveen, the Netherlands.

Nov 14th, 2001

FiberCorp has announced the signing of an important contract with CMG, a consultancy organisation specializing in IT and Telecommunications, for a dark fiber connection between the consultancy's headquarters in Hoofddorp and Amstelveen, the Netherlands.

The dark fiber is linked at both ends to Cisco routers, using Gigabit Ethernet. The only equipment required is a couple of plug-in cards for the routers, claim FiberCorp representatives. A ring connection will provide maximum assurance against fiber outages.

"FiberCorp offered usa very competitive price for a comprehensive dark fiber solution which gives us complete control over our internal communications network," explains

Frits Venderbosch, sssociate director CMG Services, Division of Central Information Services.

"We believe that it is time to explode the myth that dark fiber solutions are only an option for the carrier market," claims Armand Bogaarts, chairman and CEO of FiberCorp. "Our contract with CMG shows that dark fiber is an attractive option for corporate customers who need to connect different locations on a secure, fast and reliable network."

FiberCorp (Brussels) currently owns over 1,000 km of strategically positioned dark fiber networks in Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany. For more information, visit the company's Web site at www.fibercorp.net.

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