The KempenGlas project was a finalist in the 2017 European Broadband Awards. In this video, Jacco Kwaaitaal, President of the KempenGlas Cooperative, explains how four rural municipalities came together to form the cooperative, obtain funding, and deploy a single-mode fibre network to 2200 households, with point-to-point connections of 1 Gbps.

Still image from video (Broadband good practice interview: the KempenGlas cooperative in the rural Netherlands) depicting the President of the KempenGlas Cooperative, Jacco Kwaaitaal. Above him is a banner with the title: Broadband Good Practice Video.

Read more about the KempenGlas project in the Broadband Good Practices database, and visit the KempenGlas website.

This video is part of a series of interviews produced by the BCO Network, showcasing good practices in broadband projects.

Read about the 2017 European Broadband Awards and watch interviews with the winning projects.

 

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