The Broadband Stakeholder Group are delighted to continue supporting Connected Britain in 2017, the two-day conference will be taking place in London on the 14th and 15th of June.
The Broadband Stakeholder Group is pleased to continue its partnership with the Broadband World Forum, which will take place in London this October. This year, Richard Hooper, Chair of the BSG and Matthew Evans, CEO of the BSG will be speaking at the event.
With attendees including the who’s who of global C-suite fixed, wireless and cable operators, OTTs and genuine market disruptors, national and international governments and the world’s leading solution providers, BBWF is an entire ecosystem event that excites and identifies how the latest technologies and trends from across our industry will impact the future of global communications.
Over 300 visionary speakers create one of the world’s most comprehensive and operator led conference programs, 100′s of which together with interactive exhibitions showcasing 250+ solutions providers, new product launches, live inter-operability demonstrations, NFV proof of concepts and facilitated networking zones makes BBWF a yearly must-attend event that provides unrivalled connections.
More information is available here: http://broadbandworldforum.com/
The Broadband stakeholder Group is happy to be a partner at the Enterprise Apps World in London, 24-25th June 2015. The event will give you the knowledge to help you solve your business’ challenges in mobility, app development, cloud and analytics.
Enterprise Apps World, co-located with Cloud World Forum, is back by popular demand for 2015. Now in its second year, Enterprise Apps World has been developed to address the demands of the global enterprise market to fully understand and safely invest in the B2Employee and B2Customer applications market. Enterprise Apps World brings together CIOs, CTOs, Heads of IT, Security, Mobility and App Developers and provides visitors with the information they need to fully invest, develop, deploy and manage successful enterprise mobility strategies in 2015.
This instalment of the series will be in London, co-located with the well-established Cloud World Forum, and will welcome 8000+ attendees, 3000+ visitors from enterprises and 300+ speakers across 16 streams of content. Enterprise Apps World offers unprecedented opportunities to network with decision makers and budget holders as well as with the real users of the technology, to help you establish your organisation as a leading player and thought-leader in the rapidly growing market place.
More information is available here.
In November last year, Three and EE announced an agreement with CityFibre to roll-out “dark-fibre” backhaul connections for mobile masts in the city of Hull. I attended an event last Friday to hear about the progress made in the delivery of the initial phase of this project, the first of its kind in the UK.
The Broadband Stakeholder Group is pleased to continue its partnership with the Broadband World Forum, which returns to Amsterdam in October.
Our CEO Pamela Learmonth is speaking on the empirical evidence behind the demand for superfast broadband at the WIK International Conference in Bonn on 25th November 2013. Drawing on insights from BSG’s influential report Demand for Superfast Broadband, Pamela will speak on understanding demand in Europe, the US and Asia, giving consideration to how the UK is currently performing and what might impact take-up in the UK in the future. (more…)
The Broadband Stakeholder Group is pleased to be a partner of the Broadband World Forum 2013, being held in Amsterdam. (more…)
This unique Conference will bring together a wide variety of parties with interests and responsibilities in Scotland’s Digital Future. Speakers will include representatives from Scottish Government, civic and local authorities, community leaders, key businesses enterprises and the networking and digital applications industry, including our own CEO Pamela Learmonth.
Last night saw the case put to businesses from across the technology industry to engage with the accessibility agenda, hosted by our partners Intellect. The statistics are certainly compelling – half of all people who have never been online are disabled according to Go ON UK Gold’s Dan Jellinek – and if policy-makers want to get serious about furthering digital inclusion then working with the third sector and those in industry that provide systems, services and content on approaches to accessibility will be crucial. (more…)