Anticipate Tenants' Needs

How many tenants will not need to be connected? Why can you not anticipate demand? Ensure each unit is connected with super-fast internet with


Build for the Future

Your business is to build for the long-term. Why should your network be any different? Current Internet Service Providers want to connect your modern building with technology from Victorian Era. Not We use modern technology: fiber optic cables.

Smart Building, Robust Infra

The building of tomorrow is a smart building that senses, sees, and reacts. All of those sensors require a robust and reliable broadband infrastructure.

You Build, we Rent

Other telecoms charge you for the cabling and give you nothing in return. Worst: they might offer it for free and lock-in your building. Not Our goal is to work together. You invest on the infra, we operate it and pay you rent for it.


Typical returns

Office building with 10 tenants: €1400/month.

Residential building with 50 tenants: €1200/month.


Benefits to Tenants


Big Boy Network at accessible prices

The modern tenant needs robust internet access. Such infrastructure can be extremely costly for any one single tenant. In a building, tenants have access to a network previously only available for big corporations. At a fraction of the price.

Real Competition

A major problem for tenants is the lack of competition. The building might be connected by only 1 provider and it can be very expensive for another provider to enable a building. Not with When we connect a building we bring a marketplace of providers. 

Connected within Minutes, Not Days

In a normal building, a tenant has to wait days - if not weeks - to be connected. Not in a building. The tenant simply moves in and connects.


How Does It Work?


Invest Together

We establish a special purpose entity (SPE). You invest in the passive layer*. We invest in the active layer* and we operate the services layer. 

Share Revenues

At each subscription, there is a percentage that goes to the infrastructure layer and a portion that goes to the active+services layer.


* A network is composed of 3 layers: 

  1. cabling (the passive layer)
  2. equipment (the active layer) 
  3. services (the service layer)