German regional telecoms operator M-net is cooperating with public utility Stadtwerke Wuerzburg for the rollout of fibre-optic infrastructure in the Bavarian city of Wuerzburg. According to a Stadtwerke Wuerzburg press release, the pair have signed a cooperation agreement for the deployment of fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) networks for housing associations in the city, including the Hubland district, during 2015. Services offered over the infrastructure include HD television, telephony and broadband internet at maximum speeds of 300Mbps. M-net claims that its FTTH network covers around 50% of Bavarian households, with a presence in a number of towns and cities including Munich, Augsburg and Erlangen. Stadtwerke Munchen holds a 60% stake in M-net, while other shareholders include energy companies Stadtwerke Augsburg Energie, Allgau Uberlandwerk, N-ERGY, infra furth and Erlanger Stadtwerke.