NDIX joins Netherlands Fiber Carrier Association

NDIX joins Netherlands Fiber Carrier Association

NDIX, Ethernet network and data centre operator, has joined the Netherlands Fiber Carrier Association.

The Fiber Carrier Association (FCA), the industry group for fibre operators in the Netherlands, has admitted NDIX as its newest member. NDIX manages an open Ethernet network and internet exchange in the east of the Netherlands, on the border with Germany and brings together its own fibre as well as a number of other regional fibre networks. 

A digital marketplace provides access to approximately 85 service providers.The NDIX-network is comprised of NDIX fibre and a large number of linked fibre-optic third party networks. NDIX links diverse businesses, industrial and data centre complexes in the Netherlands and Germany via fiber. NDIX does not offer ICT services.

NDIX director Jeroen van de Lagemaat said: "The FCA is an interesting initiative, inter alia in order to share our knowledge of Dutch and German networks with other fiber carriers. Connecting as a participant offers NDIX good opportunities."

Rick Fucht, FCA president, and Andrew van der Haar, director FCA, are pleased NDIX want to make its expertise available to the FCA: "It is very positive and encouraging that NDIX intends to support in this way. We consider it as a great complement to the expertise of the FCA. "

The FCA currently has as members Relined, Broadband Tilburg, Rekam, Broadband Eindhoven Region Vitrumnet, Trent Fiberglass, Fore Freedom and NDIX. The trade association is open to all independent carriers in the Netherlands.

The FCA was founded in March 2016.

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