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  1. 1. Learn fr 24 opera om regulator tors, commun s and it across th ies from e value chafibreSummit Europe inDates: 11th-14th April 2011 Venue: America Square Conference Centre, London Justifying the business case for deploying fibre networks and optimising the roll-out of your chosen NGA technology whilst complying with evolving regulatory frameworks Keynote Presentations From: Eduardo Martinez-Rivero Deputy Head, Anti-Trust Competition Unit European Commission Chris Holden President t ss Don’ilomiade FTTH Council Europe the ta rm st- Pre- & Po shops Robin Mersh c e work Conferen ide See ins ils CEO a The Broadband Forum for det Plus Exclusive Case Studies Led By: Openreach | Swisscom | TeliaSonera | Deutsche Endorsed By: Telekom | Fastweb | Telecom Italia | Fiber Optic Valley | BT | Cornwall County Council | BH Telecom | Lattelecom | OTE | Vodafone | Cable&Wireless Worldwide | Orange France Telecom | Ofcom | APEK | EuroISPA | ECTA “The programme is extremely rich and very well focused on the main and current topics surrounding FTTx” Enrico Pietralunga, Manager of Network and System Planning, Services and Design, Fastweb Produced By:Register now: www.fttxsummiteurope.com
  2. 2. Dear FTTx and NGA Expert,FTTx Summit Europe is the must attend industry event that brings together a senior leveldelegation of operators, to discover the answer to the most pressing question you are all currentlyfacing: What is the business case for FTTx?Come and hear how Swisscom and Openreach justified the business case behind their fibredeployments and see how TeliaSonera and OTE built the business case for rolling out high-speed broadband to rural areas.Take this opportunity to learn from the experiences and advice of 24 operators, regulators andcommunities who have been involved in the practical deployments of fibre networks. Hear themdetailing the technological and regulatory challenges facing fibre deployment, including:• Hear France Telecom outline the next steps in PON technological evolution• Learn from Cornwall County Council and Fiber Optic Valley how to extend the reach of your NGA networks by hearing from the people currently leading the two hottest NGA projects in Europe• Hear Fastweb and BT evaluate the benefits and pitfalls of different NGA technologies• See how Deutsche Telekom identified and managed the strategic and cost implications of having to open up their access network to other operators• Learn directly from the European Commission and the EuroISPA how fibre regulation is developing across EuropeWith a programme led by such advanced and current case studies, benefit from the knowledgegained and lessons learnt by your peers and competitors to further the success of your fibredeployment and ensure the best ROI from your chosen NGA technology.Plus! Take advantage of 2 highly targeted workshop days. On Monday 11th April, you willlearn how to overcome the challenges of deploying new infrastructure whilst trying to minimiseinvestment cost. And on Thursday 14th April, you will have the opportunity to understand howregulatory requirements surrounding FTTx deployment will impact the roll-out and reach of yourhigh-speed broadband.If you have any questions about FTTx Summit Europe please do give me a call or send me ane-mail. I look forward to seeing you in London in April for this leading event.Best wishes Take advantage of our exclusive media centre where you will find podcasts, articles and case studies www.fttxsummiteurope.comSamantha Aspinall, Conference Producer, Telecoms IQTel: +44 (0) 20 7368 9419Email: samantha.aspinall@iqpc.co.ukPS: Book before 11th February 2011 to secure your early booking discount! Secure your place today + 44 (0) 20 7368 9300
  3. 3. Find answers to your key questions:• What is the business case for FTTx?• How can I determine which fibre technology will deliver the best ROI?• How can I forecast the growth in demand for bandwidth hungry applications?• How can I justify rolling out high-speed broadband in rural areas?• How is fibre regulation evolving across Europe?• What are the different options for funding my NGA network?• How can I successfully manage the deployment of fibre within a strict regulatory framework? “The Summit is an excellent opportunity to exchange experiences in order to improve the quality of broadband services across Europe” Edvin Skaljo, Head of CPE Department BH Telecom “This conference will highlight the areas of the digital divide, particularly in rural areas, and will show how digital inclusion, enabling all to benefit from connection to the internet, is entirely possible” Nigel Ashcroft, Director of Next Generation Broadband Network, Cornwall County Council Register now: telecoms@iqpc.co.uk
  4. 4. Conference Day One - 12th April 201108.00 Registration and Coffee08.25 Welcome Address Samantha Aspinall, Conference Producer, Telecoms IQ08.30 Opening Remarks from the Chair Robin Mersh, CEO, The Broadband Forum Followed by Speed Networking Evaluating fibre technology choices08.50 KEYNOTE ADDRESS from the FTTH Council Europe Understanding how you can create a brighter future with FTTH • Assessing FTTH deployment worldwide - Global rankings and analysis • Evaluating the market status of FTTH deployment throughout Europe - How has this developed over the last 12 months? • Analysing the current competitive situation in European ‘FTTH Countries’ • Discussing the reasons why Europe is lagging behind • Determining the market forecast for FTTH and establishing the ‘next steps’ Chris Holden, President, FTTH Council Europe09.20 Determining how to decide which fibre technology to deploy and establishing how to optimise the success of your chosen technology • Understanding operator requirements for NG-PON and evaluating different upgrade strategies for your fibre infrastructure - Establishing how to future-proof your fibre infrastructure • Examining the standards for NG-PON • Establishing which fibre technology is going to deliver the best ROI - G-PON - 10G-PON - 10GE-PONOPERATOR - WDM-PON • Assessing to what extent demand for bandwidth is increasing and determining how to forecast for continued future growth - Identifying future services that are going to drive increased bandwidth • Evaluating the potential for using NG-PON to deliver services the customer demands both now and in the future • Assessing the advantages and disadvantages of using different NG-PON technologies and evaluating their future potential • Identifying and overcoming the challenges of deploying different NG-PON technologies • Determining when is the best time to upgrade to NG-PON and leveraging it to optimise ROI • Evaluating the limitations and benefits of each technology in order to find the one that best suits the needs of your company Derek Nesset, Consultant, BT09.50 Optimising the roll-out of G-PON and determining Orange France Telecom’s evolution path to NG-PON • Understanding how France Telecom have rolled out G-PON in several countries to meet the high demand for bandwidth from their FTTH subscribersOPERATOR • Identifying new PON tools that France Telecom are using to optimise their optical access network - Extender box - Optical combiner • Evaluating the two options that France Telecom are considering for their evolution to NG-PON - Standardising technology (XG-PON1) with the first industrial prototypes - NG-PON2 open technology Secure your place today + 44 (0) 20 7368 9300
  5. 5. • Outlining the next steps in PON technological evolution - Plug-ONTOPERATOR - TV overlay - XDSL Philippe Chanclou, Director, Fixed Access Network Architecture, Orange France Telecom & Bruno Capelle, Access Networks Division, Broadband Deployment on Wired Networks, Orange France Telecom10.20 Morning Refreshments10.50 Understanding the scope and success of NG-PON deployment to date and evaluating the costs and benefits compared to PON • Quantifying the costs of deploying NG-PON compared with PON • Evaluating the potential for using NG-PON to deliver services that the customer demands both now and in the future • Evaluating the advantages and disadvantages of using different NG-PON technologies and evaluating their future potential - 10G-PON - 10GE-PON - WDM-PON • Identifying and overcoming the challenges of deploying the different NG-PON technologies • Determining when is the best time to upgrade to NG-PON in order to optimise ROI For speaker announcements please visit www.fttxsummiteurope.com11.20 Evaluating the NGA technology choices that Fastweb made through their FTTH deployment and outlining future developments • Assessing the growth of Fastweb’s FTTH deployment since the year 2000 and understanding how they have developed their networks over the last 10 years • Establishing the role that the Italian government played in Fastweb’s deployment of their FTTH architecture • Examining how Fastweb have benefitted from building FTTH networks in big citiesOPERATOR - Engineering one of the first big European P2P projects in Rome - Evaluating whether or not to deploy FTTH outside of the main cities • Evaluating NG-PON architecture compared to P2P and assessing the costs involved in deploying both • Understanding how Fastweb are managing the challenge of the ‘NGN evolution’ currently taking place in Italy • Determining how the incumbent operator in Italy is affecting Fastweb’s future NGA plans Enrico Pietralunga, Manager of Network and System Planning, Services and Design, Fastweb11.50 Establishing the extent to which fibre should be deployed within the home and determining how to achieve this • Quantifying the costs and ROI of deploying fibre to different stages in the home • Replacing existing telephone wiring - Set-top boxes - Multiple TV setsOPERATOR - Determining which FTTH technology to use to dramatically improve the viewing experience of the customer and create an enhanced service worth paying for • Assessing the role of the home gateway in the deployment of FTTH and determining how to leverage it to develop additional services • Enabling faster and enhanced interoperability of devices and networks within the home • Establishing whether there is a need to develop standardised technology to allow all manufacturers to work together to provide cheaper, better services to both operators and customers Raivis Mackevics, Head of FTTx Business Division, Lattelecom12.20 Lunch Register now: telecoms@iqpc.co.uk
  6. 6. Evolving regulatory frameworks13.20 KEYNOTE ADDRESS from the European Commission The European Commission has already begun to encourage open competition in broadband access with the objective of ensuring technological neutrality between the different platforms. This presentation will give you an update on the latest developments from the European Commission surrounding Next Generation Access Networks. You will also learn how the Commission aims to encourage public support to foster investment in this strategic sector without creating undue distortions in competition. Finally, hear from the European Commission how they are re-addressing the issue of state funding in the telecoms sector and specifically for broadband and NGA, whilst trying to create a level playing field between long-standing operators and new entrants. Eduardo Martinez-Rivero, Deputy Head, Anti-Trust Competition Unit, European Commission13.50 Determining how Telecom Italia are successfully working with other operators, regulators and local municipalities in their fibre deployment • Learning how Telecom Italia developed FTTH infrastructure in Milan and Rome based on G-PON architecture • Understanding the role that local municipalities are playing in fostering fibre deployment across Italy • Determining how Telecom Italia are introducing a model that allows competitors to useOPERATOR their infrastructure to provide services over fibre to their customers - Overcoming the regulatory hurdles of open access infrastructure • Discussing how to overcome the problems that arise when switching off your copper networks and moving your customers to new fibre networks • Developing deadlines that meet the needs of all the operators and regulators involved in fibre deployment Francesco Nonno, Vice President, Anti-Trust, Telecom Italia14.20 Assessing the advantages of a co-investment approach to NGA services in Italy and determining the regulatory considerations that need to be addressed • Determining the extent of NGA roll-out in Italy and identifying the take-up rate of high-speed broadband services by Fastweb’s customers • Establishing how a co-investment model improved the business case for Fastweb’s NGA network deployment in Italy • Understanding how Fastweb created a separate company in order to develop an open,ASSOCIATION effective and future-proof NGA network • Examining how regulation can provide the right incentive for the roll-out of your NGA network - Wholesale access - Price - MTRs - Net neutrality • Assessing the risks of NGA regulation and understanding the consequences of not complying with the EU Commission’s recommendations Tiziana Talevi, Board Member, ECTA & Lisa Di Feliciantonio, Head of Regulatory Policy, Fastweb and Secretary General, Italian Association of IPTV Operators14.50 Understanding how Deutsche Telekom have successfully managed the deployment of fibre within a strict regulatory framework • Examining the extent to which regulation will determine the technology choice of the operatorOPERATOR - Evaluating the effect this could have on your customers • Evaluating the strategic and cost implications of having to open up your access network to other operators • Understanding how to provide universal access to broadband and evaluating the feasibility of doing so • Determining how to ensure differentiation and maintain a competitive advantage • Learning how to effectively balance investment and competition when opening up access networks Register now: www.fttxsummiteurope.com
  7. 7. - Identifying and managing the resulting issues Marcus Weinkopf, Vice President, Regulatory Affairs, Wholesale and Networks, Deutsche Telekom15.20 Afternoon Refreshments15.50 Understanding how broadband investment and regulation is developing throughout Europe • Examining the increase in broadband penetration throughout Europe over the last 12 months - Establishing the European fibre footprint • Understanding the significant differences between and within countries and establishing how this reflects the differences in the economics of NGA networks - Different densities - Loop lengthASSOCIATION - Competitive pressure from cable networks • Establishing broadband investment trends across Europe and establishing different attitudes and incentives for FTTx investment • Understanding the factors that will influence the financing of your NGA networks - Higher broadband market share - Public initiatives - New buildings - Competition - Efficiency and upgrades - Dominance in the ADSL market Innocenzo Genna, Council Officer, EuroISPA16.20 Understanding the business case and regulatory stipulations for FTTH for an integrated operator • Determining the economics behind Vodafone Germany’s FTTH deployment from the investorsOPERATOR viewpoint • Evaluating the opportunities that FTTH creates for an integrated operator • Assessing the pros and cons of virtual unbundling and discussing the regulatory requirements that need to be addressed Uwe Beyer, Head of Regulated Fixed Business, Vodafone Germany16.50 Determining how to comply with the European Commission’s NGA regulation • Examining cases for and against the regulation of NGA - Understanding the need for regulation in NGA networks • Identifying the regulation in place to support the development of NGA infrastructure across EuropeNRA • Determining when and how to implement fibre networks whilst complying with regulatory stipulations • Learning how to effectively balance investment and competition - Identifying and managing the resulting issues Bostjan Makarovic, Head of Telecommunications Division, APEK17.20 Understanding how Ofcom is developing the regulatory framework to support investment and effective competition in Next Generation Access Networks • Outlining current regulatory guidelines for NGA in the UK • Determining the role of regulatory obligations for dominant providers when promoting NGA • Understanding how Ofcom are encouraging investment in FTTx and NGA whilst ensuringNRA fair competition • Establishing the strategies Ofcom are adopting to ensure that NGA deployment reaches the areas of the UK that aren’t economically viable for the operator • Examining to what extent Ofcom are helping operators ensure universal service and universal access Gareth Davies, Competition Policy Director, Ofcom17.50 Closing Remarks from the Chair18.00 End of Conference Day One Secure your place today + 44 (0) 20 7368 9300
  8. 8. Conference Day Two - 13th April 201108.00 Registration and Coffee08.25 Opening Remarks from the Chair08.30 FTTx: A global perspective • Assessing to what extent the demand for bandwidth is increasing around the world and determining how to forecast future growth • Determining which fibre technology is going to deliver the best ROI - PON - G-PON/10-GPON/10GE-PON - WDM-PONANALYST - P2P • Examining the new services that you can offer to your customers and learning how to optimise the ROI from your fibre deployment • Evaluating the results of pilot FTTx deployments - What were the additional services that were developed? - What was the take-up rate from customers? - What is the forecast ROI from these services? Roland Montagne, Director, Telecommunications Business Unit, IDATE Successful FTTH case studies09.00 Evaluating the role of partnerships in rolling out FTTH networks • Establishing the role of politics in the regulation of FTTH networks across Switzerland • Understanding Swisscom’s partnershipOPERATOR • Forming a partnership with a utility company • Assessing the strengths and weaknesses behind Swisscom’s FTTH partnerships • Understanding how your customers benefit from the partnership when rolling out your FTTH networks Peter Kempf, Senior Strategic Marketing Manager, Swisscom09.30 Learning from Telekom Slovenije’s successful deployment of FTTH • Evaluating the business case behind Telekom Slovenije’s FTTH deployment • Determining the cost savings of the FTTH deployment and establishing the long-term ROIOPERATOR - Understanding customer demand in order to successfully forecast revenues • Identifying and evaluating the technology choices behind Telekom Slovenije’s FTTH deployment - Understanding the impact on long-term CAPEX and OPEX Matjaz Pogacnik, Director, Network Operations and Infrastructure Department, Telekom Slovenije10.00 Establishing why and how to deploy FTTH in order to increase customer retention and maximise ROI • Determining why FTTH is the most commonly used FTTx deployment strategy • Learning how to establish a successful business model for your FTTH deployment • Understanding which technologies can be used for FTTH deployment and establishing which one will deliver ROI your business needs • Identifying the services that FTTH deployment will offer your customers and assessing the enhancement in customer experience and the increase in customer retention these services create For speaker announcements please visit www.fttxsummiteurope.com10.30 Morning Refreshments Register now: telecoms@iqpc.co.uk
  9. 9. NGA deployment throughout the UK11.00 Determining how Openreach are making NGA a reality in the UK • Understanding how Openreach are investing in the future with fibre deployment and establishing the scale of the challenge they are currently facingOPERATOR • Evaluating the NGA technology choices being made by Openreach and determining how to get the mix of different FTTx strategies right • Assessing the challenge of extending fibre deployment to the ‘final third’ of the UK • Determining how Openreach are ensuring an ROI on their deployment David Campbell, Managing Director of Next Generation Access, Openreach11.30 Learning how Cable&Wireless are building and supporting NGA networks throughout the UK • Evaluating local access options for deploying fibre - FixedOPERATOR• - Wireless• - Satellite • Understanding the importance of the backhaul network in your NGA network and determining how to get it right • Establishing how to aggregate supply and demand from networks and service providers Rob Leenderts, Sector Development Manager, Cable&Wireless Worldwide Extending the reach of your high-speed broadband12.00 Learning from Cornwall County Council how to effectively deploy Next Generation Broadband (NGB) that encompasses rural areasCOMMUNITY • Understanding and overcoming the challenges of providing NGB in rural areas and of connecting customers • Establishing why Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly need superfast broadband • Identifying the economic and environmental benefits of using NGB to provide flexible working in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly Nigel Ashcroft, Head of Next Generation Broadband Networks, Cornwall County Council12.30 Justifying the business case for deploying NGA in rural areas across Finland and determining how to fund it • Identifying the technical and commercial issues that need to be considered when rolling out NGA to rural areas • Assessing the different options for funding NGA in the rural areas of FinlandOPERATOR - Public partnerships - Private partnerships • Determining which technologies TeliaSonera are using to deliver effective services in rural areas • Establishing whether fibre is the best option for rural areas - Evaluating the cost advantages and benefits of using advanced copper, wireless and satellite broadband Eila Rummukainen, Vice President, TeliaSonera Finland13.00 Lunch Register now: www.fttxsummiteurope.com
  10. 10. 14.00 Extending the reach of high-speed broadband: Cases from Sweden • Understanding how Sweden has become one of the world’s most fibre covered countries even though it is so sparsely populated • Assessing how the deployment of fibre in Sweden has encouraged the development of newCOMMUNITY services and enabled small and medium sized businesses to grow in rural areas • Establishing the impact that fibre has had on local businesses within the Fiber Optic Valley regions - HAWC - ‘Hollywood meets the villages of Kilafors in Sweden’ - OpenCare - ‘Your grandmother goes interactive’ - Nianfors - ‘When the farmer got fibre’ Jeanette Waax, Business Development Director, Fiber Optic Valley14.30 Learning from OTE’s roll-out of high-speed broadband across Greece • Understanding the business case behind OTE’s deployment of high-speed broadband throughout GreeceOPERATOR • Evaluating the technology that OTE chose to use in order to deliver high-speed broadband • Determining how the roll-out of high-speed broadband affected on OTE’s CAPEX and OPEX • Assessing the adoption of high-speed broadband amongst OTE’s customers • Outlining the next steps for OTE and establishing how the high-speed broadband market place is developing in Greece George Georgiadis, Regulatory Issues Specialist, OTE Optimising your fibre deployment15.00 KEYNOTE ADDRESS from The Broadband Forum Learn the significance of the work undertaken by The Broadband Forum and understand the impact that this work has on the broadband industry. Hear the latest developments in broadband development across Europe and hear how The Broadband Forum’s plans for the next two years will impact the future of your high-speed broadband. Robin Mersh, CEO, The Broadband Forum15.30 Afternoon Refreshments15.50 Panel Discussion: How can you forecast which new services customers will request and be willing to pay for? Take advantage of this interactive session to find answers to some of the most pressing challenges surrounding the services that fibre deployment will enable. • How can you identify how customer requirements are going to evolve over time?PANEL DISCUSSION • How can you forecast the growth in demand for bandwidth hungry applications? - HDTV - 3DTV - IPTV - Triple-play • How can you establish how much customers will be willing to pay for these new services? • How can you develop a pricing strategy that maximises customer take-up rates and ROI? Panellists include: Jeanette Waax, Business Development Director, Fiber Optic Valley Lisa Di Feliciantonio, Head of Regulatory Policy, Fastweb and Secretary General, Italian Association of IPTV Operators Register now: telecoms@iqpc.co.uk
  11. 11. 16.20 Establishing how to exploit duct sharing in order to radically reduce the cost of deploying fibre networks • Assessing the business case for duct sharing when deploying fibre networks • Determining how to develop a business model that optimises duct sharing - Shared duct access ANALYST - Managed duct access • Understanding how to carry out duct sharing in the most cost-effective way • Assessing how competition is affected by duct sharing if the incumbent operator is asked to open up their ducts - Balancing investment with fair competition Dr. Franck Chevalier, Manager, Analysys Mason 16.50 Examining how BH Telecom migrated to their NGA network and are measuring and optimising QoS • Assessing to what extent the increase in demand for bandwidth hungry applications dictates the deployment of your NGA network • Establishing how to maintain QoS when deploying NGA networks OPERATOR - Assessing to what extent you need to implement technology to ensure effective measurement of QoS in your NGA network • Understanding the reasons behind BH Telecom’s use of optical technology in their access network • Examining how BH Telecom are measuring the success of their passive optical network • Determining the technological migration path behind BH Telecom’s NGA network Edvin Skaljo, Head of Department CPE, BH Telecom 17.20 Closing Remarks from the Chair 17.30 End of Conference COPYRIGHT Telecoms iQ 2010. Due to unforeseen circumstances the programme may change and IQPC reserves the right to alter the venue and/or speakers. “Learn innovative strategies to help with your fibre deployment from leading figures across the fibre value chain” Jeanette Waax, Business Development Director, Fiber Optic ValleyDon’t forget to sign up for your Take advantage of our exclusivePre- & Post- Conference media centre where you will findworkshops when you register podcasts, articles and case studiesfor the conference! www.fttxsummiteurope.com For your booking enquiries you can e-mail us now: telecoms@iqpc.co.uk Register now by contacting us on + 44 (0) 20 7368 9300
  12. 12. Pre-Conference Workshops: Monday 11th April 2011Registration and refreshments will begin at 09.00.Morning WorkshopThis workshop will run from 09.30 to 12.30 with appropriate breaks for refreshments.Led by: Mark Dudley, Business Development Europe Middle East, MaxCell Jan Dewinter, Business Development Europe Middle East, MaxCell Steve Quinn, Vice President, TVC International John Hepfinger, Global Marketing Manager, MaxCellOvercoming the challenge of deploying new infrastructure whilst trying to minimise investment cost• Supporting NGA services and broadband communication with duct sharing• Assessing the technical and operational aspects of implementing duct sharing• Using duct sharing to reduce the wasted space associated with ducts• Establishing how to reduce the number of conduits required in network construction and minimising the need for additional conduit in overlay application• Outlining approaches to engineering principles for allocating space in ducts - Determining useable space and survey procedures12.30 LunchAfternoon WorkshopThis workshop will run from 13.30 to 17.00 with appropriate breaks for refreshments.Assessing the benefits of different NGA technology choices and comparing the costs and expected ROI of each• Evaluating which NGA technology choices provide a future-proof solution• Establishing which NGA technologies will provide optimum reach of broadband in your region• Assessing the deployment challenges of different NGA technology choices and determining the benefits of each in different deployment scenarios• Evaluating the interoperability and flexibility offered by different deployment solutions - How does this affect the solutions and services offered to your customers?• Identifying future opportunities and understanding the emerging technologies that your future deployment of high-speed broadband could benefit from Visit the event website for updates on the workshop leader: www.fttxsummiteurope.comPost-Conference Workshops: Thursday 14th April 2011Registration and refreshments will begin at 09.00.Morning WorkshopThis workshop will run from 09.30 to 12.30 with appropriate breaks for refreshments.Led by: Innocenzo Genna, European Union Telecoms and Internet Public Affairs Advisor and Tiziana Talevi, Board Member, ECTA Lisa Di Feliciantonio, Head of Regulatory Policy, Fastweb and Secretary General, Italian Association of IPTV OperatorsAnalysing the regulatory challenges of P2P and GPON architectural solutions• Determining the impact your NGA architecture can have on competition• Establishing to what extent regulation determines your NGA architecture choices• Discussing the role of public funding in NGA architecture decision making• Establishing how to overcome the regulatory challenges surrounding P2P and GPON architecture12.30 LunchAfternoon WorkshopThis workshop will run from 13.30 to 17.00 with appropriate breaks for refreshments.Led by: Bostjan Makarovic, Head of Telecommunications Division, APEKUnderstanding how regulatory requirements surrounding FTTx deployment will impact the roll-out andreach of your high-speed broadband• Assessing infrastructure requirements and market competition and establishing the need for a clear regulatory framework• Determining who should be regulated and whether to use symmetric or asymmetric regulation• Understanding the implications of the European Commission’s NGA regulation on your networks and discussing the need for co-investment infrastructure sharing• Evaluating competition and risk when looking at your incentives to invest in FTTx deployment - Effectively pricing your services to ensure maximum ROI• Implementing a regulatory framework that addresses the need for private or public FTTx funding
  13. 13. Who you will meet:Telcoms IQ’s FTTx Summit will bring togethertelecoms and cable operators from across Europe. 5%Come and network with: 8%• FTTx Directors• Directors of Technical Strategy 44%• Heads of Access Networks Eastern Europe• Heads of Next Generation Access Western Europe 43%• Heads of Broadband Services Scandinavia• Directors of Network Strategy Other• CTOsMeet prospects for your FTTx solutionOf all our delegates, 80% will use this event primarily tonetwork. Position yourself as a leading solution provider toglobal network operators at FTTx Summit Europe.Our attendees have an active interest in hearing from:• Big equipment providers• Optical equipment providers• Consultants• AnalystsIf you have a solution for FTTx Directors, CTOs, Directorsof Technical Strategy, or Heads of Broadband, we can helpconnect you with your prospects. Our conferences attractsenior players responsible for budget allocation.For more information on sponsorship opportunities, contact:Dale Harris, Sponsorship Sales Manager, Telecoms IQT: +44 (0) 20 7368 9867E: telecoms@iqpc.co.uk Sponsors: Register now: www.fttxsummiteurope.com
  14. 14. FTTx Summit Europe Speaker PanelNigel Ashcroft Raivis MackevicsHead of Next Generation Broadband Networks Head of FTTx Business DivisionCornwall County Council LattelecomGer Bakker Bostjan MakaravicDirector Head of Telecommunications DivisionUNET APEKUwe Beyer Eduardo Martinez-RiveroHead of Regulated Fixed Business Deputy Head, Anti-Trust Competition UnitVodafone Germany European CommissionDavid Campbell Robin MershManaging Director of Next Generation Access CEOOpenreach The Broadband ForumBruno Capelle Roland MontagneAccess Networks Division, Broadband Director Telecoms Business UnitDeployment on Wired Networks IDATEOrange France Telecom Derek NessetPhilippe, Chanclou ConsultantDirector Fixed Access Network Architecture BTOrange France Telecom Francesco NonnoDr. Franck Chevalier Vice President, Anti-TrustManager Telecom ItaliaAnalysys Mason Enrico PietralungaGareth Davies Manger of Network and System, Planning,Competition Policy Director Services and DesignOfcom FastwebLisa Di Feliciantonio Matjaz Pogacnik,Head of Regulatory Policy Director, Network Operations andFastweb & Infrastructure DepartmentSecretary General Telekom SlovenijeItalian Association of IPTV Operators Eila RummukainenInnocenzo Genna Vice PresidentCouncil Officer TeliaSoneraEuroISPA Edvin SkaljoGeorge Georgiadis Head of Department CPERegulatory Issues Specialist BH TelecomOTE Tiziana TaveliChris Holden Board MemeberPresident ECTAFTTH Council Europe Jeanette WaaxPeter Kempf Business Development DirectorSenior Strategic Marketing Manager Fiber Optic ValleySwisscom Marcus WeinkopfRob Leenderts Vice President, Regulatory Affairs, WholesaleSector Development Manager & NetworksCable&Wireless Worldwide Deutsche Telekom
  15. 15. Endorsed By: Media Partners:InterCommsINTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS PROJECT Register now: telecoms@iqpc.co.uk
  16. 16. up tSAVE o ister €70 0 Reg 11th a Febr nd pay uar y by 201 1 How to book your place at FTTx Summit Europe: Tel: + 44 (0) 20 7368 9300 Complete the booking form overleaf and post to: IQPC Ltd 2nd Floor 129 Wilton Road London SW1V 1JZ Or fax to: +44 (0) 20 7368 9301 Register online at www.fttxsummiteurope.com Email telecoms@iqpc.co.uk Join our Group – just search for “Telecoms Networking Forum” And get involved with the newly launched Telecoms IQ Online Community – at @TelecomsForum for the latest news, reviews & offers in the Telecoms IndustryDon’t forget to sign up for your Take advantage of our exclusivePre- & Post- Conference media centre where you will findworkshops when you register podcasts, articles and case studiesfor the conference! www.fttxsummiteurope.com Register now by contacting us on + 44 (0) 20 7368 9300
  17. 17. 5 WAYS TO REGISTER Dates: 11th-14th April 2011 Venue: America Square Conference Centre, London Tel: +44 (0) 20 7368 9300 Summit Europe Post: Post your booking form to To speed registration, please provide the priority code located on the mailing label or in the box below. IQPC Ltd, My registration code is IGC_FTTx_SLIDE 2nd Floor, Please contact our database manager on +44(0) 207 368 9300 or at database@iqpc.co.uk quoting the registration 129 Wilton Road, code above to inform us of any changes or to remove your details. London, SW1V 1JZ Monday 11th April 2011 - Pre-Conference Workshops: • Overcoming the challenges of deploying new infrastructure whilst trying to minimise investment cost Fax: +44 (0) 20 7368 9301 • Assessing the benefits of different NGA technology choices and comparing the costs and expected ROI of each Tuesday 12th - Wednesday 13th April 2011 - Two-Day Conference Online: www.fttxsummiteurope.com Thursday 14th April 2011 - Post-Conference Workshops: Email: telecoms@iqpc.co.uk • Analysing the technical and regulatory challenges of P2P and GPON architectural solutions • Understanding how regulatory requirements surrounding FTTx deployment will impact the roll-out and reach of your high-speed broadband Team Discounts* Delegate Rates IQPC recognises the value of learning in teams. Groups of 3 or more booking at the same time from the same company receive a 10% discount. 5 or more receive a Operator Rates Vendor Rates 15% discount. 7 receive a 20% discount. 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VAT registration #: GB 799 225 967. www.fttxsummiteurope.com Delegate Details Digital Conference On CD-ROM Please photocopy for each additional delegate A digital version of the conference proceedings, including all Mr Mrs Miss Ms Dr Other presentations, is available to buy. First Name Surname I cannot attend the event, please send me the CD Rom priced at £599 plus VAT Job Title Department Tel No. Mobile No. Please send me conference materials indicated above. Email I have filled out credit card details below Yes I would like to receive information about products and services via email For further information Please call: +44 (0) 20 7368 9300 Organisation or email: knowledgebank@iqpc.co.uk. Nature of business To search IQPC’s archived conference documentation visit: Address www.iqpcknowledgebank.com Postcode Country Telephone Approving Manager Fax Terms and Conditions Please read the information listed below as each booking is subject to IQPC Ltd standard terms Name of person completing form if different from delegate: and conditions. Signature Payment Terms: Upon completion and return of the registration form full payment is required no later than 5 business days from the date of invoice. Payment of invoices by means other than by credit card, or purchase order (UK Plc and UK government bodies only) will be subject to a €65 I agree to IQPC’s cancellation, substitution and payment terms (plus VAT) per delegate processing fee. Payment must be received prior to the conference date. We Special dietary requirements: Vegetarian Non-dairy Other (please specify) reserve the right to refuse admission to the conference if payment has not been received. Please indicate if you have already registered by Phone Fax Email Web IQPC Cancellation, Postponement and Substitution Policy: You may substitute delegates at any time by providing reasonable advance notice to IQPC. Please note: if you have not received an acknowledgement before the conference, please call us to confirm your booking. For any cancellations received in writing not less than eight (8) days prior to the conference, you will receive a 90% credit to be used at another IQPC conference which must occur within one year from Payment Method the date of issuance of such credit. An administration fee of 10% of the contract fee will be retained by IQPC for all permitted cancellations. No credit will be issued for any cancellations occurring within seven (7) days (inclusive) of the conference. Total price for your Organisation: (Add total of all individuals attending): In the event that IQPC cancels an event for any reason, you will receive a credit for 100% of the contract fee paid. You may use this credit for another IQPC event to be mutually agreed with IQPC, Card Type: VISA M/C AMEX which must occur within one year from the date of cancellation. In the event that IQPC postpones an event for any reason and the delegate is unable or unwilling to Card Number: attend in on the rescheduled date, you will receive a credit for 100% of the contract fee paid. You may use this credit for another IQPC event to be mutually agreed with IQPC, which must occur within Exp. Date: / Security Number / one year from the date of postponement. Except as specified above, no credits will be issued for cancellations. There are no refunds givenConference code: 19700.001 under any circumstances. Name On Card: Signature: IQPC is not responsible for any loss or damage as a result of a substitution, alteration or cancellation/postponement of an event. IQPC shall assume no liability whatsoever in the event this Billing Address (if different from below): conference is cancelled, rescheduled or postponed due to a fortuitous event, Act of God, unforeseen occurrence or any other event that renders performance of this conference impracticable, illegal or impossible. For purposes of this clause, a fortuitous event shall include, but not be limited to: war, City/County/Postcode Cheque enclosed for: € (Made payable to IQPC Ltd.) fire, labour strike, extreme weather or other emergency. Please note that while speakers and topics were confirmed at the time of publishing, circumstances (Please quote 19700.001 with remittance advice) beyond the control of the organizers may necessitate substitutions, alterations or cancellations of the speakers and/or topics. As such, IQPC reserves the right to alter or modify the advertised speakers IQPC Bank details: HSBC Bank, 67 George Street, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 1HG. United Kingdom. and/or topics if necessary without any liability to you whatsoever. Any substitutions or alterations will Sort Code: 40 05 15, Account No: 59090618, IBAN Code: GB98 MIDL 4005 1559 0906 18 be updated on our web page as soon as possible. Swift Code: MIDLGB22 Account name: International Quality & Productivity Centre Ltd. Discounts: All ‘Early Bird’ Discounts require payment at time of registration and before the cut-off date in order to receive any discount. Any discounts offered whether by IQPC (including team discounts) must also require payment at the time of registration. All discount offers cannot be PAYMENT MUST BE RECEIVED PRIOR TO THE CONFERENCE combined with any other offer Please do not pass my information to any third party