Dstny gets access to fiber from Proximus

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Proximus and Dstny conclude a wholesale agreement for fiber. This means that Dstny can now serve its business customers via the Proximus fiber network.

This involves flexible bitstream access on the Proximus fiber network. Dstny already had access to the copper network (the traditional connections), but now Proximus fiber optics is being added.

Dstny has had access to dark fiber for several years through a deal with Eurofiber, which is primarily used for the company's own backbone. To be clear, the extension to Proximus' network is separate from that, and is primarily there to reach customers.

"The Proximus fiber rollout gives us even more opportunities to make access to our cloud interaction platform more efficient and secure." Thus says ceo and founder Daan De Wever of Dstny.

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