Fiber to the Schools in secondary schools

A project aiming to provide the 177 secondary schools in Brussels with a 100Mbps broadband internet connection

Abstract

In 2014, the BRIC has launched Fiber to the School, a project aiming to provide the 177 secondary schools in Brussels with a 100Mbps broadband internet connection so that they can benefit from internet access to meet their teaching needs. The roll-out of this initiative – a new milestone in the Brussels-Capital Region’s Multimedia plan – will be spread over a period of six years, i.e. at a rate of 28 schools per year.

Target Group

Marginalised young people and children

Country

Belgium

Website

https://bric.brussels/en/our-solutions/learning-solutions/fiber-to-the-school

Stakeholders involved

BRIC and IRISnet + the secondary schools

Further Information

https://bric.brussels/en/our-solutions/learning-solutions/fiber-to-the-school?set_language=en
https://cirb.brussels/fr/quoi-de-neuf/actualites/fiber-to-the-school
https://cirb.brussels/fr/quoi-de-neuf/actualites/fiber-to-the-school-1
https://smartcity.brussels/news-742-brussels-smart-city-event-fiber-to-the-school-report-video

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