Emtelle wins multi-million-pound contract from CityFibre

Emtelle has been awarded a multi-million-pound contract by CityFibre for an ongoing supply of a range of solutions. This comes as CityFibre continues to dramatically increase its footprint as it rolls out a competitive wholesale fibre infrastructure across the UK.

Emtelle has supplied CityFibre with solutions that have been deployed in various nationwide FTTP projects for nearly a decade

The contract includes the supply of uPVC primary duct and Polyethylene Micro-Duct solutions, supplies critical to the CityFibre’s Fibre to the Home (FTTH) deployments. Emtelle manufactures and supplies throughout Europe and has an capacity in the UK and beyond, supporting CityFibre’s aggressive build programme and aligning with the key CityFibre requirements.

As Emtelle continues to influence the FTTP market, the group has put emphasis on their capacity and ability to support operators like CityFibre with their full solution provider approach.

Tony Rodgers, CEO of Emtelle, said: “Emtelle has been a strategic supplier to CityFibre since the company’s earliest network builds. This latest deal reinforces our relationship and points to our team’s dedication and hard work in the development of solutions that meet our customers’ needs. We’re very proud to be supplying solutions to CityFibre, supporting them to deliver one of the most significant civil engineering projects in Europe, creating a high-speed digital platform for the UK which will benefit generations to come.”

John Franklin, Director of Operations of CityFibre added:“As we continue to pick up pace and deploy fibre to at least 20% of the UK, we need partners that provide not only high quality, reliable products, but those with teams focused on continual improvement, innovation and future proofing. From our earliest projects at CityFibre, Emtelle has provided the expertise, solutions and support that we require to build a new generation of digital infrastructure. We look forward to growing our partnership with Emtelle in the coming years.”

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David Dungay

Editor - Comms Business Magazine