euNetworks connects 1,000th building to its fiber network

Bandwidth provider euNetworks Group Limited (SGX: 5VT.SI) says it connected the 1,000th building to its fiber-optic network on July 30. Marking a significant milestone for the company, euNetworks connected a building in London, occupied by a number of enterprise companies. This was the 149th building in London to go on-net.

Bandwidth provider euNetworks Group Limited (SGX: 5VT.SI) says it connected the 1,000th building to its fiber-optic network on July 30. Marking a significant milestone for the company, euNetworks connected a building in London, occupied by a number of enterprise companies. This was the 149th building in London to go on-net.

euNetworks owns and operates 13 densely fibered city networks across Western Europe, along with a high-capacity intercity backbone providing connectivity between these cities. euNetworks now provides fiber-based connectivity to 226 data centers, 128 wireless tower sites, 646 enterprise office buildings, and other locations; 133 of these data centers and enterprise buildings also have at least one wireless tower connected.

“In 2009, euNetworks made the commitment to focus investment in fiber-based building connectivity across Europe,” says euNetworks CEO Brady Rafuse. “This is consistent with our infrastructure-based plan to enable customers to enjoy virtually unlimited bandwidth access which, in turn, drives simpler and improved operating performance and increasing gross profits. Since 2009, we have increased on-net building count by nearly four times.”

euNetworks sells high-bandwidth products to other telecom companies and partners to help them meet the needs of their own customers: large wholesale carriers, mobile operators, regional service providers, and integrators. euNetworks also delivers solutions to enterprise customers, including online retailers, manufacturers, logistics companies, financial services, and media agencies.

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