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    • Presents Benefit from an unrivalled showcase of operator case studies led by CTOs, Directors and Senior NGA Experts Learn how to develop a future-proof NGA network and discover which fibre and DSL technologies will provide the best ROI and optimum customer take-up rates for delivering super fast broadband 24th - 25th April 2012, Chelsea Football Club, London 70% operator an regulator d attendan c FTTx Sum e atBenefits of Attending FTTx Summit Europe 2012 Europe 2 mit 011 Take part in interactive sessions to Take advantage of a unique forum for open debate brainstorm with peers how to develop and discussion and learn how to use evolving PON a successful business case for your technologies to optimise and future-proof your fibre network NGA network roll-out “A fantastic opportunity to network with experts from across Europe and discover how to develop Ask your critical questions to those On the 23rd and 26th April, benefit from tailor a successful fibre network strategy” people at the heart of practical fibre made pre-and post-conference workshops Marcus Weinkopf, Vice President Regulatory deployments and discover how to deploy dedicated to helping you further the success Affairs, Deutsche Telekom an FTTH network that maximises ROI of your fibre deployment Exclusive speaker panel led by: George Williamson, Elia Rummukainen, Les Humphrey, Birgir Rafn Thrainsson, Max Gasparroni, Director Strategic Vice President, Senior Technology CEO, Chief Engineer, Fibre Network Design, TeliaSonera Advisor, Reykjavik Fiber Network Access and Backhaul, Openreach BT Vodafone UK Luis Filipe Tavares, Marcus Weinkopf, Marcel Satanek, George Georgiadis, Matthew Braovac, FTTH Director, Vice President Regulatory Affairs, Head of Corporate Development, Head of Regulatory Director Public Policy, Sonaecom Deutsche Telekom Slovak Telekom Issues, Fixed Services, OTE Vodafone Group Dr. Anna Pizzinatt, Senior Research Engineer, Peter Kempf, Lisa Di Feliciantonio, Peter Lunar, Ger Bakker, Orange France Telecom Senior Strategic Head of Regulatory Policy, Head of Access CTO, Marketing Manager, Fastweb Network Division Unet Swisscom Telekom Slovenije www.fttxsummiteurope.com Contact us on +44 (0) 20 7368 9737 or email telecoms@iqpc.co.uk Endorsed by:
    • Benefit from maximum networking,Are you still struggling to answer the following question: branding and thought leadershipWhich fibre and DSL technologies will provide the best ROI and optimum - Sponsor FTTx Summit Europe tocustomer take-up rates for delivering super fast broadband? improve your business:If so, Telecoms IQ’s FTTx Summit Europe 2012 will bring together case studies to detail the deployment strategies and business models that service providers are using to ensure profitable NGA network roll-outs. Benefit from the knowledge "We have gained a high level of potential new leads and are really impressed with the quality of the delegates" -gained and lessons learnt by your peers to further the success of your fibre deployment and ensure optimal customer Director of Market Development EMEA, Corning Optical Fibertake-up rates. We specialise in tailor made packages to help you achieveTake this opportunity to learn from the experiences and advice of experts from across the fibre value chain and discover your company objectives:how you can use evolving PON technologies to optimise and future-proof your NGA network roll-out. Demonstrate thought leadership Take centre stage in front of a captive and targeted audience andAdditionally, take advantage of this interactive summit to discuss if and how VDSL can be used as a commercially viable demonstrate your expertise and market knowledgealternative to fibre for delivering super fast broadband; Is 2012 the year for ‘the revenge of copper’? Position your company brand front of mindLeading NGA case studies being showcased at the event include: Be the name that all operators think of when selecting vendors Hear from Vodafone Group and Unet how you can use WDM-PON to optimise your fibre network roll-out Generate new, qualified leads Discover how Swisscom have optimised their FTTH network architecture whilst reducing costs Access motivated, authorised buyers at the point where they are making purchasing decisions to further their business strategies Learn how TeliaSonera and Fastweb are taking a co-investment approach to fibre deployment to extend Network with key decision makers and influencers their fibre footprints Gain face to face meetings with existing and potential clients Examine how Openreach are leveraging fibre to deliver more value to their customers and to enhance the end Gain competitive advantage subscriber experience Have direct influence on selection criteria Establish how Deutsche Telekom and OTE are rolling out NGA networks within evolving regulatory stipulations Understand how Orange France Telecom are using LTE technology instead of fibre to provide last mile connectivity More feedback from past sponsors: “It’s been a great event, it’s always a good size event for us whichTo benefit from these cutting-edge case studies, and more, come to London and discover how to develop a successful is a good chance for you to network, to meet a lot of people” -fibre deployment strategy. Director Solutions Marketing, Alactel-LucentAnd don’t forget to book before the 27th of January 2012 to benefit from the Early Bird discount of €800! “Thank you for organising the event. It was very useful indeed. We made a number of valuable contacts” - Director, StrategicI look forward to seeing you in April. Marketing, EricssonBest Wishes “Everything that we’ve been promised has been delivered so it’s been a great experience for us” - VP Product Marketing, Optier Visit the online “It’s a great chance to meet the innovators in the industry and FTTx Summit media centre fo to ask questions to the industry leaders to bring new ideas to the r free access to podcasts and ar table” - VP Marketing, Cambridge Broadband Networks tic answers to your les to find the criti deployment ques cal NGASamantha Aspinall For more information on sponsorship and exhibitionSenior Conference Producer – FTTx Summit Europe tions opportunities please contact:Telecoms IQ Ina Ukstina, Project Director, FTTx Summit Europe, Telecoms IQ T: +44 (0) 20 7036 1317 E: sponsor@iqpc.co.uk“The programme is extremely rich and very well focussed on the main and current topics surrounding Sponsors FTTx” , said Enrico Pietralunga, Manager of Network & System Planning, Services and Design. Log on to www.fttxsummiteurope.com to spend 60 seconds with Enrico and learn about the most challenging aspect of Fastweb’s FTTH deployment.www.fttxsummiteurope.com Contact us on +44 (0) 20 7368 9737 or email telecoms@iqpc.co.uk
    • CONfERENCE DAy ONE Tuesday 24th April 2012 08.30 Registration and Coffee • Comparing and contrasting WDM-PON to - Is FTTH the best deployment option for extending alternative PON technologies the reach of broadband across Slovakia? 08.55 Welcome Address - 10G-PON • Examining how to ensure take-up from your Samantha Aspinall, Conference Producer, - 10GE-PON FTTH network Telecoms IQ - xGPON - Is there a business case for rolling out FTTH to 09.00 Opening Remarks from the Chairman • Understanding how WDM-PON can be used to the rural areas of Slovakia? Followed by Speed Networking Session provide an optimal customer experience for Marcel Sataknek, Head of Corporate Strategy, delivering super fast broadband Slovak Telekom 09.20 Learning from the experiences of Openreach’s - Delivering high bandwidth to multiple endpoints FTTx deployments: How are they successfully 12.20 Lunch over long distances deploying super fast broadband across the UK? • Establishing how to leverage WDM-PON to reduce 13.20 Creating a brighter future through FTTH • Understanding how Openreach are enabling open OPEX when rolling out your fibre network deployment access NGA and super fast fibre access Max Gasperroni, Chief Engineer, Fibre and Backhaul • Evaluating FTTH deployments across Europe • Evaluating the mixed economy model: FTTC Access, Vodafone UK - How has this developed over the last year? and FTTP • Analysing current FTTH competition in Europe • Enhancing cost-effective coverage through 10.50 Networking Refreshments • Outlining the forecast market development for Openreach’s latest fibre innovations 11.20 Scrutinising UNET’s experiences of using FTTH across Europe • Determining how to broaden the range of service WDM-PON in SME markets Nadia Babaali, Communications Director, fTTH propositions to enable success for communications • Discussing why and how to use WDM-PON in your Council Europe service providers fibre network roll-out George Williamson, Director, Strategic Network 13.50 Learning how Portugal has become one of the • Scrutinising the benefits and limitations of Design, Openreach most active FTTH markets in Europe WDM-PON • Evaluating the business case behind Sonaecom’s 09.50 Determining why and how to use PON to • Evaluating real life cases of WDM-PON fibre FTTH network optimise the delivery of super fast broadband deployments - Why did they choose to deploy an FTTH network? • Assessing which fibre technology is going to - Case study 1 – Business park • Establishing how Sonaecom have ensured customer deliver the best ROI - Cast study 2 – Surveillance camera network engagement with their FTTH roll-out • Identifying and overcoming the challenges of - Case study 3 – Long distance access network - How are they ensuring optimal customer take-up using different PON technologies - Case study 4 – Rural access network rates? • Leveraging your chosen fibre technology to deliver • Establishing how to leverage WDM-PON to reduce • Outlining the latest developments in Sonaecom’s fast digital access on short subscriber loops OPEX when rolling out your fibre network FTTH project • Evaluating the potential for using NG-PON to deliver Ger Bakker, CTO, UNET - What’s next on the agenda? the services your customer wants 11.50 Establishing how to cost-effectively extend the Luis Filipe Tavares, FTTH Director, Sonaecom Les Humphrey, Senior Technical Advisor, BT reach of your FTTH network 10.20 Discussing why and how to use WDM-PON in • Understanding how the super fast broadband your fibre network roll-out market is developing in Slovakia • Identifying the business case for using WDM-PON • Establishing the business case for deploying an • Evaluating the benefits and limitations of FTTH network across Slovakia WDM-PON www.fttxsummiteurope.com Contact us on +44 (0) 20 7368 9737 or email telecoms@iqpc.co.uk
    • CONfERENCE DAy ONE Tuesday 24th April 2012 14.20 Identifying and overcoming the challenges of 15.20 Networking Refreshments 16.50 Interactive Panel Discussion: How can you implementing FTTH ensure that your NGA network is fully 15.50 Establishing a successful FTTH deployment • Evaluating the business case behind Reykjavik Fiber future-proofed? strategy: Discussing deployment considerations Network’s FTTH roll-out • How can you forecast the growth in demand for and learning how to optimise the network • Assessing the pros and cons of having multiple bandwidth hungry applications to ensure that your architecture and reduce your costs service providers using an open access network NGA network can support them? • Identifying the factors that operators need to • Scrutinising the processes and pitfalls of - What is going to be the killer app? consider to fully optimise their deployment strategy deployment and service activation • Which fibre technology is the most future-proof? - Regulation • Determining how to successfully forecast • How can you ensure a future-proof NGA network - Market conditions bandwidth usage and trends whilst minimising investment costs? • Establishing how to design an FTTH network that • Understanding the criteria for enabling a greenfield Panellists Include: delivers real cost savings FTTH deployment David Campbell, Managing Director, • Understanding how architectural choices can help Birgir Rafn Thrainsson, CEO, Reykjavic fiber Superfast Communication Ltd. operators meet their commercial objectives Network Anna Pizzinat, Senior Research Engineer, • Examining how to build a detailed bottom-up cost Orange france Telecom 14.50 Identifying and overcoming the challenges model to ensure you are successfully tracking the to optimising the roll-out of FTTH costs of your new network 17.30 Closing Remarks from the Chairman To date, very little time has been spent analysing the Dr. Franck Chevalier & Dr. Paul France, Consultants, 17.40 End of Conference Day One best way to roll out fibre optics efficiently within end Analysys Mason users’ homes. Thus, many questions have arisen that 16.20 Establishing a successful FTTH deployment have not yet been answered satisfactorily: “The Summit is an excellent strategy: Discussing deployment considerations • How can we deal with the time issue? opportunity to exchange experiences and learning how to optimise network • How can we avoid high maintenance costs in in order to improve the quality of architecture and reduce your costs the long-term? broadband services across Europe” • Identifying the factors that operators need to • How can we best respond to the diverse needs consider to fully optimise their deployment strategy Edvin Skaljo, Head of CPE Department, of all our end-users? - Competitive situation BH Telecom The challenges of “the last metres” still have to be - Anti-trust authority, regulator, and politics overcome. It will require innovative approaches, which • Establishing how to design an FTTH network that will have to be realised in close co-operation delivers competitive advantages between the network provider and the suppliers.  In “The timing of this Summit is ideal. • Understanding how architectural choices can help this presentation, we will examine the new challenges FTTx and super fast broadband are operators meet their commercial objectives that will result from Fibre to the Home and discuss subjects of real political and social • Examining how to design and to plan FTTH roll how to respond to them. In doing so, not only will we focus in the UK” out partnerships in order to reduce the costs of understand today’s questions around Fibre to the your new network David Campbell, Former Managing Home, but also create a sense of urgency in adapting Peter Kempf, Senior Strategic Marketing Manager, Director of Next Generation Access, to emerging needs. Swisscom Openreach Lars Zuellig, Product Manager Fiber Optic Management Systems, HUBER+SUHNER www.fttxsummiteurope.com Contact us on +44 (0) 20 7368 9737 or email telecoms@iqpc.co.uk
    • CONfERENCE DAy TWO Wednesday 25th April 2012 08.30 Registration and Coffee 10.40 Leveraging co-investment models for fibre an operator’s fibre investments deployment to ensure optimal customer • Understanding how to ensure optimal take-up 09.00 Opening Remarks from the Chairman take-up rates and a fully future-proof network rates and increased ARPU with new 09.10 Understanding whether to use a co-investment • Determining how Fastweb have ensured take-up of broadband infrastructure competition approach to fund your fibre network their ultra fast broadband services Marcus Weinkopf, Vice President Regulatory Affairs, • Determining to what extent a co-investment • Establishing how Fastweb have set up an effective Deutsche Telekom approach to fibre deployment can help extend your co-investment model to improve the business case 12.10 Lessons from Israel’s FTTH deployment: fibre footprint for NGA The unconventional Israeli approach to policy, • Establishing the possible partners for your • Understanding how Fastweb have developed an regulation and financing co-investment approach to NGA deployment open, effective and future-proof NGA network • Establishing how the Israeli Electric Company plan - Other operators - Private investors • Examining the regulatory stipulations that have to use their vast network of fibre backbone to - Utility companies - Government bodies affected Fastweb’s NGA network roll-out connect buildings to FTTH • Identifying and overcoming the challenges - Wholesale access prices • Examining how the government plan to overcome associated with forming a partnership for your - MTR the challenges of the IEC’s proposal NGA deployment - Net neutrality - Establishing a mixed telecoms company to provide - Control - Financials • Assessing the risks of not complying with the EU services nationwide - Upgrades Commission’s regulatory directive when rolling out - Banning the mixed telecoms company from • Quantifying the cost savings that can be made from your NGA network providing services to the end user a co-investment approach to NGA deployment Lisa Di Feliciantonio, Head of Regulatory Policy, • Examining the results to date of the FTTH field Eila Rummukainen, Vice President, TeliaSonera fastweb test currently taking place in 150 households and 09.40 Understanding the key requirements for 11.10 Establishing how duct sharing has been used schools in Israel co-investment and determining how to reduce to save over 100 million Euros in the • Understanding how Israel have developed a plan to the risks associated with fibre deployment deployment of FTTH across France achieve optimal FTTH deployment • Addressing the key characteristics that inhibit • Quantifying the cost savings that can be made by - Managing the magnitude of deploying FTTH investment in NGA markets implementing duct sharing nationwide - Demand uncertainty - Regulation uncertainty • Identifying and overcoming the technical and Haim Geron, Senior Deputy Director General, - Costs - External characteristics operational challenges of implementing duct sharing Engineering and Licensing, Israel Ministry of • Understanding the key requirements for co-investment • Understanding how to optimise the delivery of NGA Communications • Establishing how operators can use the lessons services and super fast broadband with duct sharing 12.40 Lunch learned from other industries to reduce the risks • Evaluating real life case studies of duct sharing associated with co-investment fibre deployment Jan Dewinter, European Business Development 13.40 Discussing the lessons learned from Hampshire • Outlining the practical steps that need to be taken Manager, Maxcell County Council’s pilot rural broadband for co-investment programme 11.40 Regulation: Is it an accelerator or decelerator Matthew Broavac, Head of Public Policy, Fixed • Understanding the theory behind Hampshire’s rural for fibre investments? Services, Vodafone Group broadband deployment • Understanding the interdependcy between - Delivering broadband to three villages with poor 10.10 Networking Refreshments regulatory frameworks and fibre deployment broadband • Evaluating to what extent regulation will determine www.fttxsummiteurope.com Contact us on +44 (0) 20 7368 9737 or email telecoms@iqpc.co.uk
    • CONfERENCE DAy TWO Wednesday 25th April 2012 • Evaluating the lessons learned from Hampshire’s to date • Understanding how to leverage QoS to maximise pilot broadband programme - CAPEX and OPEX reduction ARPU - Contract, grant and legal technicalities - Customer take-up rates - What will your customers pay more for? - Technical challenges using PSN • Understanding the regulatory challenges that faced Ian Dabson, Director NGA Operations, Openreach - Access issues OTE in their roll-out of VDSL across Greece 16.30 Examining how to effectively measure and - Managing multiple suppliers - How did OTE overcome these challegnes? optimise QoS in your NGA network and exploit - Managing partners’ expectations • Outlining the next steps for OTE as they continue to it to radically enhance the customer experience • Examining the results from Hampshire’s rural roll-out super fast broadband across Greece • Understanding how to ensure QoS during the broadband pilot - Will OTE continue to use VDSL technology? migration to fibre - Using PSN infrastructure George Georgiodas, Head of Regulatory Issues, OTE • Identifying and overcoming the challenges of - Cost savings 15.10 FTTx where x stays for Antenna: requirements maintaining QoS when using DSL technologies - Wholesale approach to ISPs on optical access/distribution network for new - Minimising interference between copper lines Glyn Paton, Broadband Manager, Hampshire mobile backhaul architectures - Optimising capacity by eliminating crosstalk County Council It is expected that optical fiber will be the • Establishing how to leverage fibre to enhance the 14.10 Identifying the technical and commercial issues predominant solution for LTE backhaul in the last customer experience that need to be considered when delivering mile. At the same time, base stations are evolving • Examining the technologies that can be used within superfast broadband to rural areas towards distributed architectures with Digital the home that will enhance the customer experience • Determining which technology will deliver the Radio over Fiber (D-RoF) links that enable Cloud • Understanding how to increase ARPU by offering best ROI when deploying super fast broadband to RAN architectures. In spite of a big number of the best QoS rural areas advantages, Cloud-RAN poses some questions on - What will your customers pay more for? • Justifying the business case for deploying fibre the optical transport network.  The talk will provide David Thorne, Board Member, HGI networks to rural areas some examples of possible implementation and 17.00 Examining how evolving NGA regulation will • Establishing the advantages and disadvantages of provide inputs for fixed mobile convergence. affect fibre network roll-outs using DSL , rather than fibre, to deliver super fast Anna Pizzinat, Senior Research Engineer, Orange • Outlining the general regulatory framework for NGA broadband services to rural areas france Telecom and understanding how this will change over the - Lower civil engineering costs 15.40 Networking Refreshments coming year - Reduced OPEX - Faster deployment • Examining the development of NGA access costing - Limited bandwidth - Interference 16.00 Establishing how to exploit your NGA network - What is happening at EU level? • Assessing the different options for funding the to deliver value-added services and optimise • Addressing the issue of co-investment and dete roll-out of your NGA network to rural areas the customer experience mining whether regulators are going to encourage Peter Lunar, Head of Access Network Division, • Establishing how to leverage fibre to enhance the co-investment to help fund NGA roll-outs Telekom Slovenije customer experience Innocenczo Genna, Chairman, ECTA • Examining the technologies that can be used within 14.40 Determining why and how OTE have deployed the home that will enhance the customer experience 17.30 Closing Remarks from the Chairman VDSL to enable super fast broadband • Determining which services will really enhance the • Examining the business case behind OTE’s roll-out 17.40 End of Conference customer experience of super fast broadband • Evaluating the success of OTE’s VDSL deployment www.fttxsummiteurope.com Contact us on +44 (0) 20 7368 9737 or email telecoms@iqpc.co.uk
    • PrE-CONFErENCE WOrkShOP POST-CONFErENCE WOrkShOP Top 5 ReasonsMonday 23rd April 2012 Thursday 26th April 2012Registration and refreshments will begin at 09.30. Registration and refreshments will begin at 09.30. To Attend fTTxThe workshop will take place between 10.00 and 16.00with appropriate breaks for lunch and refreshments. The workshop will take place between 10.00 and 16.00 with appropriate breaks for lunch and refreshments. Summit Europe:Establishing a successful business case for Assessing the feasibility of using DSL as an 1/ Benefit from cutting edge operatoryour fibre deployment case studies led by FTTH Directors,Led by Richard Jones, Partner, Ventura Team alternative to fibre deploymentAgenda: CTOs and Heads of NGA • Examining the business case for using DSL technology • Learning how to develop a realistic plan for your fibre in your NGA network business case - Is DSL a commercially viable alternative to fibre? 2/ Take part in interactive sessions and• Evaluating the role of other technologies in your NGA • Determining the extent to which DSL technology can panel discussions to brainstorm how roll-out - DSL - WiMAX provide the levels of QoS and QoE that will be required to develop a successful fibre• Understanding why fibre is so important to operators to support forecast customer demand for super deployment strategy• Assessing the opportunities created by fibre and fast broadband establishing where to deploy it • Evaluating the costs of deploying ADSL or VDSL 3/ Take this opportunity to learn from• Understanding the deployment secrets of CAPEX and compared to that associated with deploying fibre OPEX and calculating the costs of fibre roll-out experts across Europe and The Middle • Identifying and overcoming the challenges of deploying - How can you save money? ADSL or VDSL East how they have deployed an FTTH• Discussing why some fibre businesses are under performing - How do you ensure that yours is successful? - Interoperability with the existing copper network network that maximises ROI• Scrutinising real world examples and discussing their - Eliminating crosstalk between DSL lines costs, issues and best practice • Determining how long you can use VDSL or ADSL for 4/ Discover how VDSL2 can be used toVentura Team is an investor in a number of telecoms start-ups including buildingtheir own operator in the ultra-competitive Swedish market. An operator that has before you have to deploy fibre deliver significantly higher speeds,since been ranked in the top 5 in the world by Point Topic for broadband value.Ventura Team understand the real world issues and approach questions from a for updates on the workshop leader visit: faster time to market and a quick ROIpragmatic and practical standpoint rather than from the theory. When they talk www.fttxsummiteurope.comabout dig costs it’s because they’ve dug fibre and when they talk about customertake up it’s because they’ve done it! 5/ Take advantage of targeted pre-and post-conference workshop days to scrutinise real world examples of fibreyou will meet and network with: GEOGRAPHIC Media partners deployment, costs, challengesCTOs, VPs, Directors and Experts from carriers BREAKDOWN and best practiceand communication service providers including:• FTTH Directors Western Europe 56%• Heads of Access Networks Eastern Europe 22%• Heads of Next Generation Access Visit the online FTTx Summit Scandinavia 4% media centre for free access to• Heads of Broadband Services • Directors of Network Strategy Middle East 12% podcasts and articles to find the• CTOs Other 6% answers to your critical NGA• Directors of Regulatory Affairs deployment questions• Directors of Technical Strategy • Senior Technical Engineers www.fttxsummiteurope.com Contact us on +44 (0) 20 7368 9737 or email telecoms@iqpc.co.uk
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