|Type||Private limited company|
|Industry||systems integration, FTTH|
|Key people||Erling Freyr Guðmundsson, CEO|
Industria was a multinational company with a focus on FTTH solutions and systems integration.
Established in Reykjavík, Iceland in 2003 by Guðjón Már Guðjónsson and Erling Freyr Gudmundsson, Industria offerd consultancy and systems integration services for FTTH and triple-play operators, installed broadband hardware and software, and offerd consultancy services in the field of broadband and telephony.
Acting as a professional services provider for the Irish Department of Communications' Regional Broadband Programme, Industria was appointed to provide professional services to in excess of 60% of the programme to date. Industria was involved in completing the design, procurement and project management of the construction of approximately 450,000 metres of fibre optic networks in 50 cities and towns together with the design of wireless networks in 20 towns around Ireland at a cost of approximately €70m.
- Industria was in 2007 named by CNBC European Business as one of the 50 key innovators among European companies.
- In 2007, Industria won a Red Herring 100 Europe Award for its broadband software solution.
Name change and bankruptcy
In 2010 the name of the company was changed to Raflagnir og ráðgjöf. and on December 12. 2012 the company was declared bankrupt and no assets where found to pay back claims of around 1.100 million isk. (around $8.800.000).
- Industria Concludes EUR 50 Million Contract with Magnet Networks for Launch of Ireland's First ADSL2+ Network | Business Wire | Find Articles at BNET.com
- Industria awarded networks contract by Cork County Council | Industria
- Industria Signs Networks Contract with Southeast Regional Authority | Industria
- CNBC European Business
- News - Industria Wins 2006 Red Herring 100 Europe Award