Welkom op de website van FTTH Council Europe
Member area:   remember   |  New user: SIGN UP >

Forgot your password?

The combination e-mail and password is invalid. Please try again.

If you forgot your password, please fill out your e-mail address in the tab "Lost password" and click send. We will send you a new password as soon as possible.

Close panel

New user?
If your company is a member of the FTTH Council Europe, you can register here to gain access to the Member Area of the website.

* required fields.

Sign up and become a user

In a few steps we ask you to fill out your information user...

Sign up and become a member

In a few steps we ask you to fill out your information...


This section is dedicated to those who want to find out more about fibre to the home and about the FTTH Council Europe. All information here is free of charge, so please feel free to browse and download. 

If you are a journalist, you can download the FTTH Council Europe press kit here. If you wish to interview our Director General or if you have any suggestions on this section, please contact pr@ftthcouncil.eu

Select one or more criteria below to refine the result:

Select category:
Select language:
Select topic:

Clear all criteria

Fibre for 5G: a story of convergence - Leaders in fibre best placed to lead in 5G

Published: 2018-06-21
Source: FTTH Council Europe
Category: Press Releases

Brussels, 21 June 2018 – Today the FTTH Council Europe organised  an event on the convergence between fibre and 5G hosted by with MEP Michal Boni in the European Parliament. As wireless networks increasingly depend on fibre connectivity and the traditional “fixed” and “mobile” silos are breaking down, the FTTH Council Europe explores more in depth the synergies between Fibre and 5G.  

The FTTH Council Europe is therefore launching a novel, quantitative analysis to understand the potential cost savings which could be made by building converged, 5G-fibre networks and the cost of non-convergence, which would be ultimately paid by end-users.  The results of this study will be revealed at the FTTH Conference 2019 in Amsterdam (12-14 March).