Following builds across towns and villages in south Wales Ogi is making a multi-million-pound investment to bring its fibre network to Cardiff.
The altnet already provides connectivity and IT services to businesses and venues in the Welsh capital.
CEO Ben Allwright said: “As we look to work in more flexible and hybrid ways, reliable connectivity is vital, and this digital upgrade across the city will lay new foundations for Wales to thrive today, and long into the future.
“This development will enhance our existing managed IT service offering with local support based just around the corner.”
The rollout is expected to be completed by early 2024, with the first services available much sooner as the network is switched on in stages.
This is part of Ogi’s initial phase to bring full fibre connectivity to 150,000 premises across south Wales and signifies its first move into a major city centre area.