MONTREAL, QUEBEC, CANADA РFibrenoire, a private fiber network based in Montreal, announced the acquisition of Soci̩t̩ des R̩seaux D̩di̩s et Priv̩s Inc. (SRDP Telecom) and R̩seau du Haut-Richelieu Inc. (RHRI), two independent fiber optic networks in the Greater Montreal Area. The acquisition gives Fibrenoire the largest fiber network in Quebec exclusively dedicated to business.

The acquisition expands the Fibrenoire network to more than 47,000 miles of fiber concentrated in three of the four largest metropolitan areas in Eastern Canada: Toronto, Montreal and Quebec City. Fibrenoire’s fiber optic network now serves more than 500 commercial and industrial buildings and 39 data centers in Quebec and Ontario, as well as secondary markets such as St-Hyacinthe, Drummondville, Granby, St-Jean-sur-Richelieu and Sherbrooke.

“Fibrenoire distinguishes itself by providing businesses with the fastest and most reliable Internet and private network connectivity services in the industry, ranging from 10 Mbps to 100 Gbps symmetrical. Thanks to our network, clients can deploy the extremely powerful and robust telecommunications infrastructures essential for running cloud applications like business continuity and data backup and to send massive amounts of information through the internet, to increase productivity and achieve significant operational gains,” said Benjamin Desmarais, president and CEO of Fibrenoire.