Stokab is owned by the City of Stockholm, and is an independent provider of passive infrastructure in the form of optical fibres, with no active termination equipment, known as dark fibre.
Since the start in 1994, the goal of the company has been to build a competition-neutral infrastructure capable of meeting future communication needs and spurring economic activity, diversity and freedom of choice, as well as minimising disruption to the city's streets.
Stokab furnishes an open and competition-neutral fibre network in order to simulate the advancement of the Stockholm region.
We offer fibre connections on equivalent terms to both operators and companies, as well as public sector operations that have need of data communications. Our network is the world's largest fibre network, with a length of about 1.8 million fibre kilometres.