Continued strong 2021 performance with 15% revenue growth to 217 million
In 2021, the Eurofiber Group achieved revenues of 217 million, up 15 percent from 2020.
In total Eurofiber rolled out more than 45,000 kilometer unique fiberoptic network, connected over 12,000 locations and owns 11 datacenters in the Netherlands, Belgium, and France. In 2021, Eurofiber deployed it’s fiberoptic network at a record pace evidenced by 136 million in capital expenditures, up 20 percent vs 2020, 85 percent of which being directly related to orders from new and existing customers.
In 2021, Eurofiber acquired Lumos and Netiwan which further strengthens the business in Nantes and Montpellier respectively. Furthermore, Eurofiber entered a partnership to act as joint shareholder of Next Generation Fiber Network. NGN is a leading German dark fiber company owning a 19,000 km fiberoptic network that covers a substantial portion of Germany with including routes along the German highways. Eurofiber’s German presence is complemented by the joint venture with Vattenfall Wärme which will connect more than 500,000 households and businesses in Berlin in the coming years. In September 2021, Vattenfall Eurofiber connected its first customers in Wasserstadt Spandau.
Similarly, Eurofiber and Proximus completed the incorporation of their joint venture Unifiber in July 2021. Unifiber will provide at least 500,000 households and businesses with access to fiber connectivity in Wallonia.
Eurofiber also created a new business unit Eurofiber Cloud Infra, combining its subsidiaries Dataplace and DCspine under one umbrella. In April 2022, MatrixMind was also fully incorporated into this new business unit.
As of January 1st, 2022 Andrea Kraus was appointed Chief Revenue Officer and member of the executive board for the Eurofiber Group.
Outlook for 2022
In 2022, Eurofiber will continue to grow its business in Western Europe, both organically and inorganically and will continue to focus on industry leading customer satisfaction.
Eurofiber has been a provider of industry-leading open digital infrastructure since 2000. Utilizing our own fiberoptic network and datacenters, we provide smart, open, future-proof cloud infrastructure and connectivity solutions to companies, government bodies and non-profit organizations. Customers have complete freedom to choose the services, applications and providers they need, allowing them to tap into the full potential of digital innovation. Eurofiber has more than 60,000 km fiberoptic network in the Netherlands, Belgium, France and Germany. This network is expanded by 50 km per week on average. Eurofiber companies Dataplace, FullSave and Eura DC operate eleven datacenters in the Netherlands and France. Supplementing that vital infrastructure, we also offer interconnectivity between nearly all carrier-neutral datacenters in The Netherlands and Belgium through the DCspine platform. Eurofiber is laying the foundation under the digital society, which is why the Dutch government has assigned Eurofiber the status of ‘vital infrastructure’.