Broadband network in Siedlce

Between 27 August 2012 and October 31st 2013, Sprint S.A. carried out an order for Siedlce entitled: "Construction of broadband network in Siedlce".

Introduction date

November 2013


Public Sector

Service type

Security and IP Networks

Broadband network



The subject of the contract was to design and construct a broadband network in Siedlce along with the necessary optical fiber microducting, active and radio devices, infrastructure of network nodes, implementation of secure data transmission systems in Ethernet standard and municipal IP telephony system, and implementation of management and monitoring systems of the municipal network, as well as provision of 5-year warranty service.


The total route length of the newly designed and built broadband network was 27.3 km, including 16.6 km of new ducts designed and built using microduct technology, 5.1 km of existing ducts multiplexed with microduct bundles, and 5.6 km of existing microducts.

The municipal broadband network in Siedlce combines 62 nodes located in 59 public units and 3 cooperating units into a single network.



  • 3 Main Distribution Points (GPD), including one integrated with the functions of the Network Management Center (CZS) and the Operator's Internet Point of Contact;
  • 2 PAG Aggregation Points with PA Subscriber Points
  • 10 PA Subscriber Points also serving as passive node points (Local Access Points LPD);
  • 3 LPDs without connection of a Subscriber Point;
  • 38 points serving as stand-alone PA Subscriber Points;
  • 5 PIAPs of Telecenter type;
  • 38 radio access points (RPD)



complete construction and detailed design
as-built documentation
teletechnical microducting of the backbone bus
modernization and adaptation of rooms intended for network nodes
design and construction of the Network Management Center
construction of Operator's Internet Access Points
Public Internet Access Points (PIAP)
radio HotSpot Access Points
integrated Infrastructure Monitoring System
employee training
5-year warranty service


Quality and efficiency
Improved quality, efficiency and increased number of e-government services.
Improving communication between City Hall departments (circulation of correspondence, access to digital map, legal information system, etc.).
Ensuring secure data transmission between administration units.
Development opportunities
Bringing high-speed broadband Internet to schools and other city units, which has given these units new horizons for development.
Cost reductions
Savings in public expenditure.