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Event Highlights

Find out how you will meet the delegates

We understand that when you attend our events you want to know how you will meet the right people - our networking page will answer this question

Supported by Light Reading

Providing invaluable insight and industry overview. Light Reading is networking the telecommunications industry as the largest research-lead media company in the world.

New and improved floorplan

Now with a press room and Open Theatre. Giving you the opportunity to deliver a case study or demo covering key optical market areas in the heart of the exhibition.


Panellists will be divided into two groups. One supporting one point of view and the other supporting a contrary point of view. Each group will try to convince you which approach to choose. The audience will get to vote at the beginning and at the end of the session to choose the winning strategy! 


We appreciate that attending a conference takes you away from your daily routine and going to the gym is one of them. We are taking you for a run at Promenade des Anglais on one of the mornings. There will be a prize for the fastest runner!

The Photonics Café

Predicting how photonic technologies will evolve in the next 5-10 years. Your opportunity to join the debate, pose questions and contribute in an intimate, relaxed environment. 

Fireside Chat: Understanding Photonic Technology innovation at its best. Hear real case study examples from handpicked solution providers who will showcase their solutions in a quick-fire format.


Celebrating and recognising innovation and the achievements made by solution providers and service providers in the optical networking industry.

Knect365 Platform

Learn about the latest developments in the industry by joining the NGON Series community and taking part in the discussions on our social media platforms


Predicting how optical networks will evolve in the next 5-10 years Each panellist will prepare a slide describing how service providers will evolve in 5 and 10 years time. The audience will get to vote which scenario looks the most realistic.