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If you're ready to re-imagine what your network can be, contact f6networks, we think you will like what you see!
f6networks is a fibre based telecommunications company based in Atlantic Canada. We deliver global connectivity through our rich ecosystem of partners and the satisfaction of our customers is the focus of our company. We are at the forefront of modern connectivity, our network is 100% fibre optics, our equipment is from leading providers. Whether a global provider of content or a local business, the f6 team will take the time to listen to your requirements and engineer a network solution that is customized to your needs and ready to grow as you do.
We operate on a philosophy of Open Access, meaning an arrangement that provides effective, wholesale access to network infrastructure or services at fair and reasonable prices, and on transparent and non-discriminatory basis. We call Atlantic Canada our home and want to see its people and businesses prosper. To play our part, we connect those people and businesses to the greater world by building some of the best networks in the industry. Privately held, New Brunswick owned, Maritime Proud.
Today, f6networks spans over 1,500 kms across New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, connecting to Quebec and the Northeast US. With the Maine Fibre Company, we have created the first open access, dark fibre border crossing in Atlantic Canada which provides the lowest latency terrestrial route between Halifax, Nova Scotia and Boston, Massachusetts.
f6 operates and manages the GoFred Network in Fredericton, New Brunswick.
Strand kilometers of fiber
F6 is a proud to participate in and support a number of organizations such as Junior Achievement, Ability New Brunswick, Chamber of Commerce, NB Minor Hockey Association and the Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival.
We are a passionate group at f6, we work hard and play hard (but not too hard)!
Being part of the community is important to the f6 team.
We are proud to be an Atlantic Canadian company and are dedicated to seeing our region flourish.
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