ANGA COM DIGITAL: International conference agenda with 180 speakers and more than 40 Panels
ANGA COM – Exhibition and Conference for Broadband, Television & Online – today published another preview for its new virtual event format ANGA COM DIGITAL from 8 to 10 June 2021. Participants can expect more than 40 conference panels and over 70 digital showrooms from leading companies of the broadband and media industry.
The online congress will take place on a new, AI-powered digital event platform that offers online-optimized showrooms and numerous networking options in addition to the conference programme. Registration is free of charge for congress participants and is now open.
Particular emphasis will be placed on internationality and fiber topics. 21 of the conference panels are international and will be held in English. 12 panels are dedicated to optical networks as the main topic.
Key topics of the technology panels and digital showrooms include: Fiber Optics, DOCSIS for 10G, FTTH, WiFi, 5G, Fixed Mobile Convergence, Trenching, Cloud Services, IPTV, OTT, App TV, Video Streaming and Measurement. Among the highlights of the international programme will be a Fireside Chat on the prospects of 10G with Phil McKinney, President & CEO CableLabs and Mark Dzuban, President & CEO SCTE, from the USA. In addition, there will be the following cooperation panels:
Fixed Mobile Convergence: How to examine FMC Strategies, in cooperation with SCTE - a subsidiary of CableLabs, USA
DOCSIS – The clear View: Speculation on Spectrum, in cooperation with The SCTE - The Society for Broadband Professionals, UK
10G – Building a Future proofed Network, in cooperation with SCTE - a subsidiary of CableLabs, USA
Women Empowerment in Broadband, in cooperation with The Cable Center, USA
Dr Peter Charissé, Managing Director of ANGA COM: “We have reached the final straight with our new online congress. The demand of our partner companies was so huge that the conference programme has become even more extensive and international than it has been in recent years at the regular show. I would especially like to thank our partners from the UK and the USA, SCTE - The Society for Broadband Professionals, CableLabs and The Cable Center, for their great support. Having been unable to meet in person for so long, it is especially important for us to stay digitally connected with our friends abroad. We have to take care that the actual circumstances do not create new borders in our wonderfully multilateral industry. With our extended international conference agenda, we want to make a contribution to reach this goal.”
Highlights of the strategy programme will be five summit events with industry leaders such as Canal+, Deutsche Glasfaser, Deutsche Telekom, Discovery, M-net, NetCologne, ProSieben, RTL, Tele Columbus, Virgin Media and Vodafone. These include the "Fiber Summit – Cooperations and Open Access vs. Overbuilding?", the "Broadband Summit – FTTH only or Technology Mix with FTTB, Cable and 5G?", the “CEO Talk“, the "Media Summit – How to win the Streaming Battle?" and the "International Content Summit – Strategies to win the OTT Competition." The complete conference programme is available on the website.