The FTTH Conference 2022 is the world’s largest fibre summit. The next edition is planned for 23-25 May 2022 in Vienna, Austria.
Targeting 3,500+ participants from 1,000+ companies and over 100 countries, the FTTH Conference is unique in bringing together ‘C’ level representatives, investors, technical and regulatory experts to discuss and debate all aspects of FTTH, 5G and other fibre related and enabled technologies and services and the benefit they bring to society.
With 20 expert workshops, 16 conference sessions and keynote speeches presented by over 150 expert speakers, plus two day exhibition with leading fibre technology vendors, the FTTH Conference 2022 will provide the participants with an unrivalled experience.
The FTTH Conference will meet physical again in Vienna on 23-25 May 2022. This will be the opportunity to meet hundreds of delegates and more than 80 exhibitors and partners, showcasing the latest fibre, FTTH products & solutions and introducing the latest industry trends.
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FTTR is expected to disruptively transform home broadband experience
The outbreak of pandemic has led to an inevitable surge in the use of digital technologies and placed broadband networks as an key enabler for various digital applications in home, including teleconference, online education, 4K / 8K ultra-high definition video, VR / AR games, etc. Since then the typical requirements of the connected home have evolved. An 8K video stream requires at least 150 Mbps of bandwidth, which is four times more than 4K. Applications such as live streaming, online classes, and live streaming require very low latency, typically 50 milliseconds or less. In addition, home broadband connections need to be capable of supporting multi-service concurrent scenarios. High-quality Internet has become an indispensable part of people's lives, work, and entertainment. Fiber optic cable is the most preferred transmission medium in networks for its superior bandwidth, faster speed, and enhanced reliability. Fiber to the room (FTTR), which extends fiber connectivity from the "last mile" to the "last meter", offers customers a premium full fiber connection, enabling to meet network requirements of various home applications.