BSG to launch study into out-of-home internet usage at 'Future Demand' event on 10 NovemberMatthew Evans
The Broadband Stakeholder Group (BSG) will launch a report into out-of-home internet usage at a ‘Future Demand for Data and Bandwidth’ event on the 10 November.
Monday, 10 November 1400-1700
techUK, 10 St Bride St, London EC4A 4AD
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The out-of-home report explores patterns and trends in internet use out of the home – naturally focusing on cellular and public WiFi use. One year on from the widespread launch of 4G networks, and with increasingly prevalent and accessible public WiFi networks, this a timely opportunity to look at an area which has historically received less attention than the fixed network.
Communications Chambers will present the report, which examines the limitations to current out-of-home internet usage and how some of these may ease with time – exploring this increased data usage from a per user and total network traffic perspective. The presentation will be followed by a panel discussion with mobile and WiFi operators.
The event will also look at household demand for bandwidth and will review the BSG’s domestic demand model one year on from its publication.
The event will be chaired by Richard Hooper CBE and we will hear opening remarks from Mark Swarbrick, Project Director of the Digital Communications Infrastructure Strategy.
The seminar will be take place at techUK, 10 St Bride St, London, EC4A 4AD from 1400-1700. To register your attendance please email firstname.lastname@example.org