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Day One: Broadband World Forum gets off to a storm


We had a phenomenal first day at Broadband World Forum. From network slicing to collaboration and culture, we heard from a range of awe-inspiring speakers. Check out the highlights

Day One Video Interviews

All the action from day two at Broadband World Forum 2018


We had an innovative and exciting day at Broadband World Forum 2018, the largest event in the world to focus on the networks. More than 4,000 broadband professionals descended on the Messe to hear great debates and in-depth presentations from some of the most influential figures in Broadband, including Gagnaveita Reykjavik, Nokia and Vodafone. I’m sure you had your own favourites, but here’s our key highlights from BBWF’s free stages.

A fond farewell from Broadband World Forum in Berlin


We had a brilliant final day at Broadband World Forum 2018, the largest event in the world to focus on the networks. Our keynote sessions highlighted the key challenges facing the broadband industry. We heard from some of the most influential figures in Broadband, including Gagnaveita Reykjavik, Nokia and Vodafone. I’m sure you had your own favourites, but here’s our key highlights from the final day at Broadband World Forum. Don't forget to pre-register for next year!

GOING DUTCH: WHY THE NETHERLANDS IS WIRED FOR BUSINESS


The Dutch have spent the past thousand years trading on their location as the gateway to Europe and with 100% digital telecommunications network that ranks among the world’s best for quality, speed and reliability, the country’s 21st century connectivity is still its most valuable asset. 

This exclusive report looks at: 

- Broadband strategy
- Cable dominance
- The mobile market
- 5G roll-out

Find out why other EU nations should be following the Netherland's lead.