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Broadband show ANGA COM: Kick-off for the restart from 10 to 12 May 2022

ANGA COM, Europe's leading exhibition and conference for broadband, television & online, has set the starting signal for a brilliant comeback from 10 to 12 May 2022 in Cologne / Germany. Key topics of ANGA COM 2022 include FTTH, DOCSIS 4.0, 10G, Wifi, fixed mobile convergence, sustainability, artificial intelligence, cloud services, OTT, AppTV, video streaming, smart city and smart home.

Numerous leading technology vendors have already confirmed their stand bookings for the exhibition, including ASTRA, ASTRO Strobel, AVM, Berthold Sichert, BTV Multimedia, CommScope, DCT DELTA, Deutsche Glasfaser, Emtelle, gabo, Ocilion IPTV Technologies, Technetix, Vodafone and WISI Communications. The broadband industry is facing a new spirit of optimism. Even after the pandemic – or precisely because of last year's experience – the expansion of broadband networks is at the top of the agenda everywhere in Europe. In Germany, for example, with its more than 40 million households, network operators and a steadily growing number of international investors have announced an investment of many billions.

Dr Peter Charissé, Managing Director ANGA COM: “The strength of our ANGA COM show has always been to bring together network operators, media, investors and vendors in a diverse and international way, but without too large crowds. One-on-one appointments and mass events may also decline in the longer term. However, an international and sharply profiled trade show will remain the most efficient way for vendors and clients to fulfill the need to meet new and existing customers in person. This is especially true for international contacts.”

With 10 to 12 May 2022, ANGA COM will take place at a date that allows sufficient lead time. Also, inspiring early summer weather can be expected. International air traffic to Cologne and Duesseldorf has already recovered in recent weeks. Furthermore, legal and company travel restrictions should be lifted by spring of next year at the latest.


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