The most recent data indicates that EU Networks has finished purchasing dark fiber in Belgium.

EU Networks acquires Belgian dark fibre business to expand network.

EU Networks completes the previously mentioned acquisition of a Belgian dark energy firm, extending coverage at significant data centers at scale and adding 1,660km of fiber to its current network across Belgium. Integration is now taking place.


  • The recently purchased duct-based network utilizes 1,660 kilometers of fiber, which is dispersed over both long-distance lines in Belgium and unique routes in Brussels.
  • euNetworks is focusing on offering high-bandwidth fiber connectivity between and within European municipalities with a focus on the FLAP region.
  • EU Networks expands its dominance in the European infrastructure sector with this purchase.

EU Networks Group Limited, a Western European bandwidth infrastructure provider, has completed the previously disclosed acquisition of the dark fiber business branch of a Belgian utility company. The 1,660 km of fiber-based duct-based network, which covers long-haul routes across Belgium and unique routes in Brussels, broadens the regional network of EU Networks.

Integration of New Network Underway

The business is focusing on delivering high-bandwidth fiber connectivity between and within European cities while integrating the recently acquired network. According to the statement, the company is still focusing on the continuous densification of the high-demand bandwidth region of FLAP (Frankfurt, London, Amsterdam, and Paris).

Targeted Portfolio of Metropolitan and Long-Haul Services

EU Networks is recognized for its data center connectivity, offering direct connections to more than 510 data centers. It also ranks well among cloud connection providers. Additionally, the company offers a narrow variety of long-distance and metro services, including Ethernet, Wavelengths, and Dark Fibre.

According to a statement from EU Networks, the company travels to nearby regions with clients to give them an end-to-end experience, and this acquisition offers alluring investment possibilities. The increased reach in Belgium and the fresh, original routes in Brussels and across the country benefit our clients.

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Strengthening Leadership in European Infrastructure

EU Networks intends to build distinctive routes, add multiple different paths, and extend its reach into significant hyperscale data center sites, data center clusters, and network aggregation points. Both the company’s growth and its clients’ capacity requirements are driven by these expenses.

With this purchase, EU Networks improves its position as a firm that owns and manages important bandwidth infrastructure, connecting 53 cities in 17 countries throughout Europe with 17 fiber-based metropolitan networks.

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Written by Shallu Srivastav

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