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Solutions30, GlasfaserPlus collaborate on fibre rollout in Germany

Solutions30, GlasfaserPlus collaborate on fibre rollout in Germany

Solutions30 and GlasfaserPlus have collaborated on fibre rollout in Germany

Solutions30 and GlasfaserPlus have signed an agreement to roll out a fibre optic FTTH network in Germany, starting from the regions of Saarland and Bayern. The move is another step in GlasfaserPlus’ goal of giving high-speed internet access to up to 4 million households in Germany's rural and small and medium-sized urban areas in the coming years. 

Accelerating FTTH in Germany

The two companies plan to provide FTTH services of both homes passed and connected. Having already built up a footprint in France, Belgium, Spain and the Netherlands, the move will also expand Solutions30 in Germany, where the group intends to position itself as a top player in the market. The company plans to accelerate growth and optimise revenues as well as to provide high quality standards and services. 

On the partnership, Volker Diekmann, CFO of GlasfaserPlus, comments: “GlasfaserPlus has set itself an ambitious target for network expansion, by 2028 we want to connect up to 4 million households in Germany with FTTH. To achieve this ambitious goal, we are relying on an experienced, international network of construction partners who have extensive experience in building fibre infrastructure. We are pleased to welcome the Solutions30 team among our key partners." 

Luc Brusselaers, Chief Revenue Officer of Solutions30 adds: “We are committed to deploy our solid organisation and strong knowledge in fibre optic networks to support GlasfaserPlus in its mission and accelerate Germany’s FTTH deployment for the years to come. This master partnership will give both partners a perfect opportunity to create value, employment and digital transition for the regions. A few years ago, Solutions30 said that it would deploy its historical model throughout Europe. This is now happening and after the Benelux, Germany is the new region that will witness strong profitable growth.”


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