Register for the European FTTH forecast webinar!
|Published:||Apr 3, 2017|
|Source:||FTTH CE, Graham Finnie|
The webinar "European FTTH forecast, 2014-2019: Behind the numbers" will be held on 16 May 2017.
This webinar will discuss the latest forecast on the European FTTH market. Heavy Reading Analyst at Large Graham Finnie will give a detailed analysis of the further development of FTTH networks in the greater European region, including Russia and Turkey. The webinar will explain the thinking behind the forecast, setting out the key indicators used to generate the data. It will look at both the overall region covering 44 countries, and the EU region, explaining why the EU will have reached only 14% penetration at 2019, against 19% in the region as a whole. It will also look at developments in some key individual countries such as France, Germany, Russia and Spain, and analyse the differing contributions we are likely to see from incumbent telcos, competitive telcos and muni/utility operators in the different nations.
Join our European FTTH Panorama webinar!
|Published:||Mar 30, 2017|
One week to go before the "European
FTTH Panorama - updated figures at September 2016" webinar on 6 April
2017. Register now!
The latest FTTH market figures were unveiled at the
FTTH Conference 2017 in Marseille. This webinar will give a detailed status on
the FTTH/B market in Europe and will particularly discuss FTTH deployment and
rollout in 2016 as well as the players involved and the used technologies.
The presentation will also include the latest update of the European FTTH/B ranking that reflects the status of fibre adoption in Europe.
Register now here for this webinar to ensure you get a full update of the FTTH/B market situation in Europe!
FTTH coverage in Paris to reach 90% of households!
|Published:||Mar 22, 2017|
FTTH coverage in Paris by French operators reaches as nearly 90% of households in the city!
Orange said that the deployment of FTTH in Paris by French operators has come a long way over the last eleven years, as nearly 90 percent of households in the city are already, or will be shortly, covered by FTTH services. Overall, this represents 1.357 million homes having access to fibre broadband in the French capital.
More information in the link below.
FTTH Conference 2017's event report online!
|Published:||Mar 13, 2017|
|Source:||FTTH Council Europe|
Check out the post event report of the FTTH Conference 2017, held on 14-16 February 2017 in Marseille, France.
The 14th edition of the FTTH Conference was a resounding success! Marseille, as one of the most attractive
French cities, confirmed to be a great destination to welcome the FTTH
Conference 2017, attracting roughly 3,000 participants from 96 countries. This
year, 120 exhibitors and partners hosted the event, which included over 100
high-level presentations and cases studies from more than 155 distinguished
For more information, please check out the FTTH Conference post-event report
One week to go before the FTTH Conference!
|Published:||Feb 8, 2017|
The largest fibre to the home-related event in the world is only a week away!
The FTTH Conference will be held in Marseille, France on 14-16 February 2017, under the high patronage of Mr François Hollande, President of the French Republic, and the patronages of the City of Marseille and the French Digital Agency.
Combining a high-level conference with a leading edge exhibition and unparalleled networking opportunities, the FTTH Conference is the largest FTTH-focused event in the world, gathering over 3,000 participants during its last five editions.
Under the theme “Together, building a brighter future”, attendees will have the opportunity to exchange about hot FTTH-related topics concerning financing, deployment, marketing and services, as well as looking at the state of the market in Europe and inspiring case studies. Lively discussions on creating a Gigabit Society and latest digital technology innovations will also be at the heart of this 14th edition of the FTTH Conference.
Do not miss out on the unique opportunity to learn more about fibre as well as the broadband policy in France!
Register now for the FTTH Conference 2017 through our online registration system: