We want to offer the best possible experience for all users. By working efficiently, we can increase operational synergies and manage our network in a sustainable way. By collaborating with fixed network, mobile, and deployment companies, we can work simultaneously and get more done faster in a cost-efficient way.
Our network partners
Fiberklaar, our Flemish fiber joint venture with EQT Infrastructure, works to design, build, maintain, and upgrade the fiber network across the region to accelerate super fast and stable fiber connectivity in Flanders. Fiberklaar’s target is to connect 1.5 homes and businesses in Flanders by 2028.
Similar to our partnership with EQT Infrastructure, Unifiber is helping us to roll-out the fiber network in Wallonia. This joint venture aims to connect at least 500,000 homes and businesses in Wallonia by 2028.
MWingz, our joint venture with Orange Belgium, was launched in April 2020 to enable wider outdoor coverage, deeper indoor coverage, and a faster 5G roll-out.
Our partnership with Nokia will enable us to consolidate our position as the undisputed leader in mobile networks in Belgium. Some of the results of this partnership can be seen in our recent project in Andenne and Antwerp.Related articles:
- Twice the speed and capacity of the current VDSL broadband network? A leap forward made possible by a world first launched by Proximus and Nokia in Andenne
- World premiere in Antwerp: Proximus and Nokia deploy the industry’s first 25 Gbps connection on a live network, the fastest fiber network on earth
- Proximus selects Nokia and Ericsson as partners to roll out its mobile network of the future
Since October 2020 we have partnered with Ericsson to build the 5G network of the future with new-generation equipment to guarantee the stability and quality of mobile connectivity as mobile data usage increases.Related articles:
Our fiber construction partners
Fifthnet is a Joint Venture between Circet (formerly ESAS Infratechniek and ESAS Fieldservices), Van den Berg, and Verbraeken that implements FttH (Fiber to the Home) projects.
Go4Fiber, one of the main players for FttH broadband projects on the Belgian market, is a consortium between Engie Fabricom, and Jacops.
With extensive experience in designing, implementing, and building network infrastructure, Constructel is active in the telecommunications and energy sectors across Europe.