Be part of the debate on the Future Technology Landscape:
Broadband World Forum
Private investment and public policy have an inescapable impact on future technology. With continued calls for BT to break from Openreach, and with industry giants looking to maximise revenues from new products such as Internet of Things, Smart Homes and Smart Cities, amidst changing government policies, it's never been more critical to be part of the debate to influence decision making at all levels.
Broadband World Forum has lined up an impressive panel of speakers, including Gavin Patterson, CEO of BT Group, Clive Selley CEO of BT Openreach, Matt Hancock MP, UK Minister of State for the Digital Economy, and Andrus Ansip, VP of Digital Single Market, European Commission to bring the debate alive with key industry decision makers.
Gavin Patterson, CEO BT Group will pull no punches with his opening address
"This debate should be decided by who has the most compelling and credible vision for the future. BT plans to bring ultrafast speeds to 12 million homes and businesses by 2020, using fibre-to-the-premise and new G.fast technology. Our ultrafast plan is commercially viable without taxpayer support. We have also said that we stand ready to support the government’s ambition for universal broadband coverage."
With over 5,000 visitors expected over three days to hear from 300+ influential industry speakers Broadband World Forum will address the issues currently influencing future technology.
ISPA can offer our members the discount codes to attend the event:
For ISP’s 15% off