Reuters report from MILAN that Italy’s Fiber optic broadband network provider, Open Fiber has secured enough funds from different sources required to speed up its network rollout throughout the country. Enel in a statement said that the banks, state lender CDP and the European Investment Bank had signed off on a 3.5 billion euro project finance package to help fund the ultrafast broadband network it is rolling out across the country.
The Italian broadband network provider Open Fiber has revealed its plans to invest 6.5 billion Euros in a bid to expand its network roll out […]
Responding to need of the fiber optic market and current shortage of optical fibers, Prysmian has announced the expansion of their optical fiber manufacturing facilities […]
In an attempt to monitor and speed up the fiber optic broadband deployments in Italy, the Ministry of Economic Development (MISE) has announced the launch […]
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Telecom Italia says the work is progressing to extend its fiber optic network to the medieval town of Cittadella in the northern province of Padua. […]
Italian utility company, which has made its entry into fiber optic broadband, Enel has tabled a formal offer to buy fiber optic company Metroweb, two […]
Adding fierce competition to the incumbent telecom operator, Telecom Italia, the utility company cum broadband network provider Enel has announced its plans to bid for […]