24-26 October 2017
POWERING THE CONNECTED SOCIETY
Broadband World Forum is globally recognised as THE annual gathering for the fixed network community, bringing together and inspiring thousands of the leaders and decision makers from the world's most successful telcos.
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Senior-level audience from the world’s leading service providers
Helping the Industry Achieve Connectivity Goals for 2020
Broadband World Forum is globally recognised as the meeting place for senior executives from fixed, mobile and cable operators all around the world, to congregate and discuss the future of the broadband industry.
Building the Networks of the Future
Broadband as the enabler for future connectivity.
Taking networks from superfast to ultrafast. A look into G.fast, DOCSIS3.1, GPON & VDSL2.
Determining the optimum combinations of technologies to deliver long term, cost effective access solutions.
Stories of challenge and success in securing investment in FTTH projects and delivering on the Gigabit promise.
Capitalising on Next Generation Services
Asserting the telco's role in the connected world - what is the opportunity for operators in IoT, smart cities, smart homes
Driving future revenue at both a consumer and enterprise level - what consumer and business services can telco's deliver?
Enabling the future of business. The role of operators in supporting SME's and emerging business.
Understanding the Evolving Ecosystem
An assessment of how the ecosystem is changing, and what this means for the industry.
Where does data sit within the network? Opportunities for operators following innovations in MEC, Fog and low latency networks
Procurement strategies for operators and working effectively with technology vendors.
The role of new partnerships underpinning future connectivity