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HAWE: Leading Fiber-Optic Network Developer in Poland
April 29, 2009   
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The HAWE Group, which is building a fiber-optic network around Poland, is consistently increasing its value. Its assets now exceed zl.400 million. Thanks to successive contracts for the lease of telecommunications infrastructure, HAWE is continuing its ambitious plan to develop a network that will ultimately be 4,000 kilometers long.

The HAWE Group has recently announced it has signed another long-term contract for the lease of telecom infrastructure to Polska Telefonia Cyfrowa, the operator of the Era mobile network. The net value of this contract alone is zl.21.6 million.

HAWE’s strategy is to focus on building, leasing and selling teletransmission infrastructure—telecommunication networks and fiber-optic lines—to telecom operators and large corporate clients. The HAWE Group is consistently developing its fiber-optic network to become an “operator for operators.” It is now carrying out the second stage of the project, which includes the construction of a fiber-optic line along Poland’s eastern border—from the coastal city of Gdańsk via Olsztyn, Suwałki, Białystok, Biała Podlaska, Lublin, Zamo¶ć and Tarnów to the southern city of Cracow.

The whole project, in which two fiber-optic rings will be built, is to be completed in 2011. HAWE already has a 1,300-kilometer fiber-optic stretch that has been put into operation. Another stretch of around 1,450 kilometers will be completed in the near future. Ultimately, the HAWE Group will have a fiber-optic network of almost 4,000 kilometers. The network will link Poland’s largest cities with each other and with border crossings. The infrastructure will enable the transfer of ICT traffic from east to west and from north to south.

HAWE is Poland’s first such large-scale infrastructure operator. It offers transmission services and leases dark fiber-optic lines.
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