FTTH/B in a Virtualized & Software Defined Network
|Date:||Dec 7, 2017 - Dec 7, 2017|
With the proliferation of FTTH deployments and the new next Generation with ultra-band capacity, service providers are facing the opportunity to simplify network architectures by making them more efficient, agile and flexible in order to meet the challenges of huge user bandwidth demands.
Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) in conjunction with fibre deployments are the most important key enablers for Access Network Evolution and key instruments to lower the network’s total cost-of-ownership, in terms of the middle-term or long-term planning.
Taking advantage from the High Bandwidth and symmetry that FTTH deployments permits, it is possible to move critical functions to cloud to allow multivendor network management, accelerate new service activation, scale from small to very large access nodes and consequently reduce CAPEX and OPEX.
This presentation will provide an overview of the SDN/NFV in the context of FTTH/FTTB-based access solutions, and introduce several interesting Use Cases.
FTTH Cost Model 2017
|Date:||May 19, 2017 - May 19, 2017|
This webinar presents the study by Comsof for the FTTH Council Europe which estimates the cost of deploying FTTH throughout the EU. The headline result of the cost model indicates that €137 billion would be required to provide a complete overlay of the EU28 countries (excluding already built and including the effect of cost reduction). The webinar will describe the cost methodology used, the cost inputs and the main findings.
European FTTH Forecast, 2014-2019: Behind The Numbers
|Date:||May 16, 2017 - May 16, 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.
European FTTH Panorama – updated figures at September 2016
|Date:||Apr 6, 2017 - Apr 6, 2017|
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 below or this webinar to ensure you get a full update of the FTTH/B market situation in Europe!