Metromedia Fiber Goes Live in Europe

Installing fiber to the building in 16 European cities

February 15, 2000

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Metromedia Fiber Network, the leader in deployment of optical networking and Internet infrastructure within key metropolitan areas worldwide, today officially announced its operational presence in Europe with the opening offices in Amsterdam, London and Frankfurt. The move confirms its continuing pledge to meet the growing demands of Europe's bandwidth-hungry metropolitan areas, breaking from traditional tariff-based approaches with the most advanced fibre-optic networks - unlimited bandwidth at a flat rate. Metromedia Fiber Network currently plans to build its high density networks in a total of 16 major markets in Europe.

Metromedia Fiber Network is building a European fibre infrastructure exceeding 625,000 fibre kilometres and 2,160 route kilometres in a bid to eliminate the bottleneck in local telecommunications services created by the explosive growth in sophisticated communications technologies, such as data transmission and current and emerging GSM technology. The company's build out includes the following major markets: Amsterdam, Berlin, Brussels, Cologne, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Geneva, Hamburg, Hanover, London, Milan, Munich, Paris, Stuttgart, Vienna and Zurich.

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