Aruba enters the fiber market with Open Fiber

Aruba enters the fiber market with Open Fiber

The largest Italian cloud provider will now also offer ultra-broadband connectivity services in homes and offices thanks to the Open Fiber infrastructure

Stefano Cecconi, CEO of Aruba (press photo) Aruba becomes a network provider retail internet, offering fiber optic connections directly to homes and offices based on Open Fiber's fiber to the home infrastructure. It is the result of an agreement signed between the two companies, on the one hand the largest Italian cloud provider and on the other the ftth network builder created to bring the ultra-broadband network throughout the country, according to a wholesale-only model, that is, wholesale and on equal terms. In its activity, Open Fiber has already connected over 11 million real estate units in over 2,100 Italian municipalities.

"Fiber connections allow maximum internet connection speed and, at the same time, allow you to benefit from the best access performance to all the services, resources and sites of the millions of customers hosted at our data center ”, says Stefano Cecconi, CEO of Aruba. The company, founded in 1994, took its first steps just as an Internet service provider at the end of 1996, a service that was then based on traditional copper telephone lines. Now, the partnership with Open Fiber will allow us to take the field with services based on connectivity up to one gigabit per second in download (40 Mbps guaranteed) and 300 megabits in upload (20 Mbps guaranteed).

Almost a "back to the future" that of Aruba, which today manages over 2.7 million domains, more than 8.6 million e-mail accounts, over 7.1 million certified e-mail accounts, as well as 130 thousand servers and a total of 5.4 million customers. It also has three data centers in Italy and one arriving by 2021, plus another in the Czech Republic. In total, the company has already prepared three offers, two for companies and one for individuals in a price range ranging from 21 , 70 euros plus VAT per month (for companies) to a maximum of 29.89 euros per month for individuals, depending on the ancillary services requested by the customer.

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