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ZWEICOM-HAUFF: THE WAY TO FAST INTERNET - Member of the German parliament Roderich Kiesewetter visits ZweiCom-Hauff in Rosenberg

All political leaders want to create a gigabit society by 2025. This requires fibre optic expansion into a network that can grow with demand. Zweicom-Hauff supplies necessary components.

Rosenberg, 24.01.2018
– The Union and SPD parties want to enshrine the right of all citizens to a broadband connection from 2025. For this purpose, a legally protected right will be established on 1st January, 2025, which will be formulated by the middle of the legislative period, according to a partial draft of the coalition agreement.

The company ZweiCom-Hauff is ready for these promising challenges. Founded by Ralf Hammer in 2005, the company offers customised and well-engineered solutions tailored to customer needs. High-quality and high-performance components for passive networks that grow with demand are produced at the company headquarters in Rosenberg.

The member of the Bundestag Roderich Kiesewetter was able to get an idea of ​​this himself when he paid a visit to the successful company and learned about the special features.

ZweiCom-Hauff products offer flexible and controlled fiber management system; thanks to the innovative modules, these can be quickly, easily, and simply clicked into different housings, cabinets, or sleeves and combined with each other.

Assembly time on site costs money

That's why ZweiCom-Hauff prioritises the industrial prefabrication and packaging of components. Intelligent options for working from home with fair pay guarantee a high standard of quality. Whether it's an optical central office or multifunction cabinets for broadband networks – every product can be made highly customised so it is "made for me".

Come find us at the FTTH Conference 2018 in Valencia

ZweiCom-Hauff welcomes you to the FTTH Conference, 13th - 15th February 2018 in Valencia, Spain. You'll find high-quality and high-performance components for fiber optic networks at our stand S23.