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The FTTH Council Europe is an industry association with a mission to advance ubiquitous full fibre-based connectivity to the whole of Europe.
The FTTH Council Europe is happy to announce its next fibre summit, taking place in Madrid on 18-20 April 2023, after the last successful edition held in Vienna.
Acquire the knowledge to allow you to understand all the key issues involved in the challenge of in-home connectivity, and be prepared to deliver the state-of-the-art experience that your customers deserve.
The total number of homes passed with Fibre to the Home (FTTH) and Fibre to the Building (FTTB) in the EU391 reached nearly 198.4 million homes in September 2021, compared to 176.3 million in September 2020. The main movers in terms of homes passed in absolute numbers are France (+4.3 M), United Kingdom (+3.4 M), Germany (+2.4 M) and Italy (+1.5 M).
Make sure not to miss this state-of-the-art resource, prerogative for any FTTH stakeholder willing to make well-informed decisions while Planning, Building and Operating highly efficient, future-proof, automated fibre networks.
On 24 May 2022 the FTTH Council Europe revealed the updated Market Forecasts 2022-2027. Numbers are consistent with previous estimates and plan for around 199 million homes passed with FTTH/B in 2027 in EU27+UK and 309 million homes in EUR39 region. According to the forecasts, the number of subscribers is expected to reach 124 M in EU27+UK and 190 M in EU39 region.
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