Eurofiber has been a provider of industry-leading open digital infrastructure since 2000. Relying on our own fiberoptic network and datacenters, we provide smart, open, future-proof cloud and connectivity solutions to companies, government bodies and non-profit organizations. Customers have complete freedom to choose the services, applications and providers they need, allowing them to tap into the full potential of digital innovation. Eurofiber has a 36,000 km fiberoptic network covering the Netherlands, Belgium and France and stretching into Germany. This network is expanded by 40 km per week on average. Eurofiber companies Dataplace and Eura DC exploit eight datacenters in the Netherlands and France. Supplementing that vital infrastructure, we also offer interconnectivity between nearly all carrier-neutral datacenters in The Netherlands and Belgium through the DCspine platform. Eurofiber is laying the foundation under the digital society, which is why the Dutch government has assigned Eurofiber the status of ‘vital infrastructure’.
Eurofiber Group consists of: Eurofiber and DCspine (The Netherlands and Belgium), Dataplace (The Netherlands), Eurafibre, ATE and Eura DC (France).
Alex Goldblum, CEO Eurofiber:
‘Eurofiber is proud of the pivotal role it has played in the digitalization of our society in the past 20 years and is excited in equal measure about the opportunities ahead of us. We have developed an innovative and competitive ecosystem on the back of our open international fiberoptic network and geographically dispersed data centers. Due to the scale and scope of our digital infrastructure, we play a crucial role in the Dutch and Belgian economies. This is one of the reasons why we have recently been designated as a vital infrastructure player by the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs. Exceptional customer service and network reliability have always been key tenets of our approach. Whether we are serving international mobile operators, national data centers, or regional family businesses, our customers are our true ambassadors.’