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Earlier this week I posted a short two line piece about Dutch telephone company KPN acquiring 41% stake in Reggefiber, suggesting that as a result KPN had bought into Amsterdam Internet Exchange. KPN bought a piece of the company to get into the FTTH business. Subsequent […]

Earlier this week I posted a short two line piece about Dutch telephone company KPN acquiring 41% stake in Reggefiber, suggesting that as a result KPN had bought into Amsterdam Internet Exchange. KPN bought a piece of the company to get into the FTTH business. Subsequent emails and comments by Rudolf van der Berg, a Dutch management consultant and Job Witteman, CEO of Amsterdam Internet Exchange aka AMS-IX (not AIE as I had written) pointed out that AMS-IX is a member association and my assertion was wrong. The error caused by misunderstanding of the situation is regretted.

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  1. Big Fiber In Little Netherlands – GigaOM Wednesday, November 19, 2008

    [...] is going to cover pretty much every part of Netherlands. KPN, which is the incumbent in Netherlands wants to acquire 41% of Reggefiber, a decision that is pending approval. James Enck thinks the Dutch fiber movement [...]

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