Norlys opens up more fibre to multiple providers

Danish utility group Norlys has opened up the fibre network in the cities of Randers and Hobro in North-East Jutland following its acquisition of the networks covering the area from Verdo earlier this year. According to Norlys, the citizens of Randers and Hobro can now chose between up to 12 internet and TV service providers […]

Denmark’s Stofa moves to app TV, phasing out set-top boxes

Danish cable operator Stofa, owned by energy utility Norlys, is migrating its TV offering to a fully app-based service and is phasing out its set-top boxes. New customers for the service will be able to access it by buying either an Apple TV box or a Chromecast streaming stick. Stofa has launched a new TV […]

Norlys to take TV and broadband to Thy-Mors Energi

Danish utility company and broadband service provider Norlys has struck a deal with Thy-Mors Energi to bring additional TV and broadband services to over 44,000 Dutch homes in the Thy-Mors area of north-western Jutland. The expansion of Norlys’ services to Thy-Mors subscribers is in line with Norlys’ aim to become a nationwide provder of TV […]

TDC TV and internet extend reach on Norlys fibre network

Customers of Danish energy and telecom service provider Norlys can now sign up for internet and TV services from TDC Erhverv and YouSee on the company’s fibre network in southern Denmark and northern Jutland. The agreement means that over 300,000 homes in the relevant areas will be able to access YouSee and TDC Erhverv services […]

Boxer Denmark debuts streaming for sports and non-sports fans

Boxer Denmark, the digital-terrestrial pay TV operation owned by energy company Norlys through its Stofa cable TV arm, has launched a two-pronged streaming offering, with services targeted at sports fans and non-sports fans respectively. Boxer Streaming bundles broadband acess with three Danish streaming services – publicly-owned broadcaster TV2’s TV2 Play, Discovery’s Dplay and Nordic Entertainment-owned […]

Denmark’s Norlys opens fibre net out to all providers

Danish energy utility and broadband service provider Norlys, owner of the Stofa cable network, is to open its entire fibre network to third-party providers via the country’s OpenNet platform. Following the opening up of networks in northern and central Jutland a year ago, the company has already opened the fibre network previously operated by SE, […]

Danish groups to merge to create TV and broadband powerhouse

The boards of Danish energy company SE, the owner of cable operator Stofa and digital-terrestrial TV operator Boxer Denmark, and another regional energy provider Eniig have approved the proposed merger of the pair to create a new group, Norlys, which will become the country’s largest combined energy and telecom group passing about one million TV […]