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ecotel, Unitymedia agree fibre-optic network partnership

15 Jul 2016

German telecoms company ecotel is set to expand the availability of its Ethernet services based on fibre-optic infrastructure through a new cooperation agreement with cable network operator Unitymedia. The long-term deal will enable ecotel to offer increased network coverage in the three federal states of North Rhine-Westphalia, Baden-Wurttemberg and Hesse to its business customers in the SME segment. ‘The company’s high speed fibre-optic networks make Unitymedia an important partner for ecotel, and the fibre-optic infrastructure is a substantial element of our multi-carrier concept,’ commented Peter Zils, CEO of ecotel, adding: ‘With the increased digitalisation of core processes in many enterprises, the importance of fibre-optics for the competitiveness of our customers is constantly growing. On the basis of redundant interconnection we are also capable of providing additional services through the Unitymedia cable network.’

Germany, ecotel, Unitymedia

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