Ultra-fast Broadband Acceleration Seminar (UFBB BASe) 2019: Broadband Forum enhances world-class line-up of speakers with latest keynotes
The impact of 5G on carriers, mastering the Connected Home, finding winning strategies in CloudCo and the latest advancements in Fiber and Copper Access will be hot topics at the must-attend event
Den Haag, The Netherlands, June 3, 2019: As part of its efforts to provide a holistic view of the broadband ecosystem and the cutting-edge technologies which are driving it, Broadband Forum has extended its line-up of world-class speakers for the Ultra-fast Broadband Acceleration Seminar (UFBB BASe) taking place June 25-27, 2019 in Den Haag, Netherlands.
The newly added keynote presentations have been carefully curated to discuss the hottest topics in the industry and address the challenges European carriers are facing in today’s broadband market, including; the real impacts of 5G on carriers, how to master the Connected Home opportunity, finding the winning strategies in Cloud CO, and how to capitalise on the latest advancements in Copper and Fiber Access – as well as many more topics.
The latest visionary leaders to be added to the agenda include Tom Gaffney, F-Secure Principal Consultant, who will question the security and whether users can trust “smart things”, Michael Philpott, Ovum’s Consumer Services Senior Practice Leader, will provide exclusive insight and research into the Connected Home market and TNO’s Dr Bart Kamphorst, will also explore the realities of PON traffic in networks and what the industry can learn from this.
“The latest keynotes to be added have further enhanced what has already shaped up to be a world-class line-up of speakers. Delivered by those at those at the forefront of innovations in the broadband ecosystem, UFBB BASe is truly like no other event – providing broadband professionals with the knowledge and real-world insights to prepare themselves and their respective companies for the future of broadband, including ways that they can utilize next-generation technologies to overcome industry-wide challenges and monetize on emerging markets.”
The newly announced speakers will join a world-class line-up of technology innovators from Europe, North America and Asia, including operator executives, from A1 Telekom, Deutsche Telekom, OpenReach, Orange, Proximus and Swisscom. Light Reading Editor-in-Chief Ray LeMaistre and Industry analyst VP Michael Dargue, of Cartesian, will complement a host of perspectives held by leading carriers, analysts and regulators.
Addressing the hottest industry topics, industry innovators and event sponsors including Actelis Networks, AVM, Calix, DOMOS, EXFO, F-Secure, Go!Foton, Huawei, InCoax, andMoCA Access (MoCA), NetComm and Nokia will deliver the technical depth and real world insights into the cutting-edge and innovative technologies that are shaping the future of the broadband ecosystem, as well as best practices for success.
Constructed by technology innovators for technology leaders, the must-attend event will combine the best elements of TNO’s highly regarded event with Broadband Forum’s vastly successful BASe series to provide broadband professionals with the technical depth and insights they need to unlock the full potential of the broadband ecosystem and its emerging markets.
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