Telweb is an Italian ISP that operates in Abruzzo. It was born with the goal of providing a high-quality fiber network to the city of Sulmona, where the company is based.
They started up their activity in 2015 and now they cover 100% of the city. “Our goal was to provide everyone with FTTH and we did it!” said Giovanni di Clemente, Telweb founder.
“Our service is now capable of 100 Mbps download and 100 Mbps upload. We are working to increase the bandwidth in the future, reaching up to 1 Gbps, and always with FTTH technology of course.”
“Joining NaMeX was one of our goals since our founding. Now we have grown enough to become a member of an IXP and we have activated a dark fiber path from Rome to our premises in Abruzzo. Being at NaMeX will be crucial to enhancing our service. Reaching all the other network players will be much easier for us and our customers will benefit from our interconnections with the other Autonomous Systems active at NaMeX.”
Did you know? Sulmona numbers almost 24 thousand inhabitants and is 170 km from Rome. It is located in the Abruzzo region, in the Majella National Park, in the heart of the Apennines. Sulmona has a centuries-old tradition in the production of the Italian confectionery known as “confetti”. Confetti are sugar-coated almonds, often decorated and used in hand-crafted artworks given to friends on very special occasions.