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The next annual conference of the FTTH Council Europe will take place in Copenhagen, on the 11th and 12th of February 2009. The Council is pleased to unveil its first keynote speaker, Dan Tapscott, author of the international bestseller ‘Wikinomics’ and world renowned thought leader on the strategic value and impact of information technology for the networked economy.
Taking place at Scandinavia's largest exhibition centre, the conference programme will pursue the theme of ‘Building a Sustainable Future’, and is anticipated to attract around 2,500 delegates drawn from the telecommunications service provider community, investors, policy-makers, equipment manufacturers and other key industry stakeholders.
“Our conference again promises the most valuable opportunity to bring our increasingly substantial community together, to share experiences and best practices. FTTH is proven to deliver a sustainable, commercially rewarding and environmentally positive long-term future for the high bandwidth demands of businesses, communities and individual subscribers - and this key theme is something we intend to celebrate and explore in depth at our conference,” said Joeri Van Bogaert, President of the FTTH Council Europe.
Within the theme of ‘Building a Sustainable Future’, chosen to reflect the environmental benefits of fibre broadband technology and the compelling advantages of fibre investment, the conference will cover all the major topics concerning issues including local/regional regulation, market development, and examples of new business models and technology architecture approaches drawn from Europe and around the world.
An exhibitors' hall will provide hands-on experience of the latest technologies and solutions, and provide the opportunity to network and share experiences with other industry experts, vendors, telecom operators, policy makers, media and analysts.
Registrations are now open, and more details concerning the event will be posted online soon. The event has been extremely popular in the past, and the Council encourages interested delegates to register as early as possible in order to secure places.