Around the World with Global Broadband Futures Conference
Just like NBN Co, Deutsche Telekom began its ambitious plans to connect German citizens to fast broadband by rolling out a full fibre to the home network.
Watch our video to see the company’s Group Chief Technology Officer, Bruno Jacobfeuerborn, explain how their decision to change tack and instead adopt a mixed technology approach has resulted in a cheaper, more efficient and faster delivery to end users.
Chorus New Zealand
New Zealanders’ love affair with the benefits fast broadband can bring is underlined by the fact that no matter what technology they are using, data consumption is through the roof.
Chorus New Zealand Head of Network Technology, Martin Sharrock, discusses the challenges of maintaining New Zealand’s long history of commitment to broadband connectivity for all. This includes how the company is handling the challenges of rolling out a full fibre network, while simultaneously enticing people to migrate from existing services such as VDSL.
For a cable operator, Atlanta based Cox Communications has broken new ground by not only boosting its infrastructure using next generation DOCSIS 3.1 technology, but doing so in conjunction with a targeted fibre optic rollout.
Watch our video to hear more from Executive Director of Advanced Technology, Jeff Finkelstein, as he explains Cox’s strategy of delivering a first-class broadband network that allows flexibility in delivery, while offering customers a transparent experience no matter what the technology.
Many countries watched in envy and followed NBN Co's early ambitious plans to roll out an all-fibre network to the nation. Now, many of these same countries have come to realise, like NBN Co, that the best way to achieve universal broadband connectivity is via a multi technology approach.
No one knows this better than Matt Howett, Founder & Principal Analyst at UK telecoms research firm, Assembly Research. In our video, Matt shares his considerable insights into the challenges and opportunities in the global world of fast broadband.