Open Fiber Extends FTTH Network to Cerveteri, Sacrofano, Serradifalco, Santa Maria Maggiore

Open Fiber's 1 Giga Italy Plan brings lightning-fast Fiber To The Home internet to multiple Italian municipalities, advancing connectivity and eco-sustainability.


  • Open Fiber's 1 Giga Italy Plan upgrades connectivity to FTTH technology in various regions.
  • Cerveteri, Sacrofano, and Serradifalco witness impressive FTTH expansion for homes and businesses.
  • Santa Maria Maggiore experiences ultra-fast internet with speeds of up to 10 Gbps.

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Open Fiber Extends FTTH Network to Multiple Italian Municipalities

Open Fiber is expanding its ultra-fast internet services across various Italian municipalities. The company's "1 Giga Italy Plan," backed by PNRR funds, is aimed at upgrading connectivity to Fiber To The Home (FTTH) technology in several regions, enabling lightning-fast internet speeds for citizens and businesses, according to the official release.

Also Read: Open Fiber Continues Expansion of Ultra-Fast FTTH Connectivity Across Italy

Cerveteri's 1 Giga Italy Plan

Open Fiber is set to deploy the "1 Giga Italy Plan" in Cerveteri, covering the entire area, including the historic centre and peripheral regions like Via del Sasso and Valcanneto. The project targets 3,663 homes and offices, bringing FTTH connectivity with speeds of up to 10 Gbps to the residents. According to Openfiber, the construction sites will initially focus on the first 1,668 in Cerveteri and later will be extended to Cerenova and Marina di Cerveteri.

Sacrofano and Serradifalco Embrace Ultra-Fast Internet

In addition to Cerveteri, Open Fiber's "1 Giga Italy Plan" reached Sacrofano and Serradifalco.

In Sacrofano, the FTTH cabling of 264 premises is underway, with the project extending to peripheral areas where Open Fiber's FTTH optical fibre has already reached over 600 offices and stores under the Ultra-Wideband Plan (BUL).

Meanwhile, Serradifalco has witnessed the completion of Open Fiber's network infrastructure, providing ultra-fast internet to 4,684 premises. A combination of FTTH and Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) technologies ensures broad coverage in the municipality, with the FTTH connection reaching the interior of buildings and FWA technology catering to areas with lower population density.

Also Read: Open Fiber Completes Ultra-Fast Internet Network in Sutera, Sicily

Santa Maria Maggiore Joins the Ultra-Fast Internet Bandwagon

Open Fiber has also announced the successful implementation of its ultra-broadband connectivity service in Santa Maria Maggiore, with 3,027 premises now benefiting from the FTTH connection. According to the Open Fiber, over 14 Km of ultra-fast network was laid. In addition to the municipality, the hamlets of Crana and Buttogno were covered.

Open Fiber says this transition to FTTH will not only offer faster and more reliable internet but also contribute to eco-sustainability by reducing energy consumption and carbon emissions.

Also Read: Open Fiber Reaches 15.5 Million Homes

Piano Italia a 1 Giga

Open Fiber stated that it had won a total of 8 lots of the "Piano Italia a 1 Giga" for a total of 3,881 municipalities in 9 regions: Puglia, Campania, Emilia-Romagna, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Lazio, Lombardy, Sicily, Tuscany and Veneto.

As the "1 Giga Italy Plan" expands, more regions are expected to embrace the advantages of ultra-fast internet, paving the way for a digitally connected future in Italy.

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