Plan France Très Haut Débit
Broadband for All
Launched by the French government in 2013, the Plan France Très Haut Débit (national super-fast broadband plan) aims to provide full coverage of the French territory by 2022. To do that, fiber has been selected as the technology to be rolled out across the nation. Other technologies supporting super-fast connectivity are also being implemented.
The investment - €20 billion over 10 years - is shared out among private-sector service providers, local authorities and the State. France has been divided into two zones: one area, known as the private-sector zone, is assigned to private-sector service providers; and one low-density area, known as the public-sector zone, is assigned to local authorities. All French regions had undertaken the deployment of very high-speed broadband in low-density areas as of 2016.
What We Offer
We have created an organization dedicated to local authorities, with specialized and responsive regional branches that are familiar with our customers’ challenges. Compliant with the local authority's choices, our team works for developer operators or directly for the local authorities and provides them with turnkey solutions.
We carry out preliminary studies and deploy fixed or mobile networks, from design to commissioning and maintenance.
- Study & Engineering of FTTH networks
- Infrastructure surveys
- Civil engineering, deployment of optical fiber networks
- Deployment of radio-frequency networks: microwave radio, WiMAX, Wi-Fi
- Direct sales to consumer
- FTTH subscribers connection
- Network and subscribers maintenance
Bringing Super-Fast Broadband to Réunion Island
Circet Réunion to participate in the Réunion region’s broadband plan.