Genexis, part of Inteno Group, announces that it has started delivery of its new Gigabit fiber products based on recycled plastic to KPN, the leading fiber broadband operator in the Netherlands. The Genexis product provides Gigabit connectivity over fiber and is placed in the home of the consumer. Genexis provides products and solutions for Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) that enable future-proof broadband.
“At KPN, we aim to improve the eco-design of in-home equipment based on our circular ambition,” says Jeroen Cox, Senior Manager Energy & Environment of KPN. “We are pleased to innovate with Genexis and introduce a new Network Termination Unit that not only uses 25% less plastic vs the previous version, but also introduces the usage of recycled plastic.”
“KPN is a lighthouse customer for us,” says Gerlas van den Hoven, CEO of Genexis. “Together with KPN, we have succeeded to make big steps in terms of making broadband even greener. Our approach to fiber-to-the-home is about making it easy to connect people to Gigabit and more. Combining this mission with building a sustainable society helps us to make a difference, while still providing our customer with the best total cost of ownership.”
Genexis is a leading European product and technology supplier that enables and improves the delivery of fiber-speed broadband connectivity for communication operators and service providers.
We develop and supply a wide range of innovative products and solutions such as high-speed residential gateways, smart network and fiber termination, and cloud-based network management. Our goal is the “Always Connected” home, making it easy for everyone to connect to next-generation services such as IoT, smart home, and e-everything.
Genexis is part of Inteno Group AB, and has subsidiaries and offices in Sweden, Netherlands, Norway, Germany, Finland, Denmark, and Belgium. Genexis Group is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden and Eindhoven, The Netherlands.