Open Fiber made its videomapping show in Piazza Maggiore, Bologna
Last 14thof July Open Fiber’s optical fiber has become a show, in Bologna, involving the audience of Piazza Maggiore with a video-projection of strong emotional impact. A n interplay of video, images, special effects, light and music has animated first the big screen set up in the square, on the occasion of the “Sotto le stelle del cinema” Festival (for whom Open Fiber is main partner); then, progressively, the facade of Palazzo dei Banchi, lighting it with blue and magenta colours. The evening, dedicated to Mel Brooks’ cult movie Frankenstein Junior, drew more than 5,000 viewers.
Open Fiber is a, Italy-based company, the headquarter of which is settled in Rome, which mission is to bring an ultra-wideband optical fiber over all Italian territory. It is a strategic choice, which meets the goals previewed by European Digital Agenda and by Italian Strategy for ultra-wideband: an ambitious project, which aim is to quickly remedy to the Italian lack of infrastructures, assuring competitive costs and short execution terms. Through the suggestion of the videomapping, then the brand has intended to communicate the project that it’s carrying out in all the country, to realize an avant-garde infrastructure which might allow users to access to a 100% pure fiber ultrafast connection, with a speed up to 1 Gbps (Gigabit per second), both for downloading and uploading.
Being an infrastructural player, Open Fiber deals with the creation, management and maintenance of the optic fiber network with the technology Fiber to the Home (FTTH), which guarantees an ultrafast connection at very high efficiency levels and reliability. The company doesn’t sell optical fiber services directly to the final customer, but operate exclusively in the “wholesale only” market, offering the access to all the operators concerned. Open Fiber networks are already available in Bari, Bologna, Cagliari, Catania, Genoa, Naples, Milan, Padua, Palermo, Perugia, Turin and Venice. Wiring works to begin their commercialization in further cities, such as Florence, are underway.
Here is the link to the official website: http://openfiber.it/
Here you find the video of the event: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dx71pj3BxeE
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