Vox partners with property firm Atterbury to bring fibre to new developments

Vox has been appointed as the exclusive partner for fibre network and connectivity infrastructure for the property portfolio of Atterbury Property Holdings.

Frogfoot Networks, a subsidiary of Vox, will be responsible for the funding, roll out and management of open access infrastructure required as part of Atterbury´s development projects which make up an estimated 1 100 000m² over the next three to five years, the company said in a statement on Thursday.

Vox has also been appointed as the connectivity provider for all future developments, it said.

“Historically, connectivity solutions only offered telecommunications and Internet services to retailers and businesses. Today, fibre infrastructure investments leverage everything from traditional telecommunications, to point of sale, monitoring and management systems, and ultimately, a smart environment – be it for retail or offices,” said Vox CEO, Jacques du Toit.

Atterbury said it would leverage the connectivity infrastructure for mixed use in its retail and commercial property projects.

There is also a small component of residential development in Atterbury’s portfolio that will also see fibre roll-outs, it said.

“Partnerships such as the one with Atterbury not only advances our fibre strategy, but provides a platform for better connectivity services and solutions to consumers, businesses and homeowners.  Better infrastructure and connectivity is good for business and enables an already connected society to benefit from value added services and solutions,”  said du Toit.


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Vox partners with property firm Atterbury to bring fibre to new developments