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€238 million to surf at 1 gigabit per second in 10 Emilia region cities
Open Fiber, jointly owned by Cdp Equity and Italy’s biggest electricity producer Enel, continues its journey through Italy connecting the country with ultra-broadband internet. The company has reached the Emilia Romagna region.
Open Fiber will spend €238 million laying optic fiber cables to connect 70% of the homes and businesses in 10 Emilia Romagna cities: Cesena, Piacenza, Forlì, Ferrara, Rimini, Ravenna, Reggio Emilia, Imola, Modena and Parma. Work, set to begin by summer, will use existing infrastructure, and build fiber-optic ducts if needed.
The investment is the result of an agreement signed by the Emilia Romagna regional government; Lepida SpA, an in-house company created to design, realize and manage broadband infrastructures for the Emilia Romagna public administration, and Open Fiber.
Open Fiber aims spend almost €4 billion to bring high-speed internet over ultra-broadband infrastructure to 270 Italian cities by 2022.
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