Monday, 6 December 2021, 14:00-18.30| Mainz Congress, Mainz
Join us for this special event exclusively for Stadtwerke in conjunction with the conference Connected Germany 2021.
A forum promising an open and honest conversation centred around challenges facing all FTTH actors in the value chain; how to meet the increasing post-pandemic demand for high speed broadband for private, business and public use and navigate waters of the fiber build boom facing Germany the coming years
Sharing their concrete and practical insights for digital infrastructure business models and co-operation based approaches, including Open Access and solutions to bring FTTH all the way to all types of residential homes, our speaker line-up includes:
Welcome & Presentation by VX Fiber Founder and Chairman Mikael Sandberg: FTTH and Open Access in an international context. The presentation will be held in English.
Dr. Steffen Häberer from one of Germanys largest law firms, Luther Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH on the TKG Novelle and its main implications and novelties impacting the German fibre industry and rollout.
Networking coffee break
15:45 Presentation on “the missing piece” of Stadtwerke fiber rollout, the inhouse cabling for MDUs and how to integrate linear TV -Versorgung with Open Access fibre services, by Wolfgang Jäger, Geschäftsführer and co-founder Glasfaser ABC GmbH
Practical examples of Stadtwerke, city and fiber operator cooperation from Jan Backman at VX Fiber Germany
16:45 Panel discussion and fireside chat moderated by Anrd Janus, Principal at telecommunication consultancy LATUS Consulting AG.
Mikael Sandberg, Gründer, Vorstand, VX Fiber Group
Dr. Steffen Häberer, Partner, Luther Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH
Jan Backman, Country Manager Deutschland, VX Fiber GmbH
Wolfgang Jäger, Geschäftsführer, Glasfaser ABC GmbH
Arnd Janus, Principal LATUS Consulting AG
Fabian Bühring , Prokurist und Bereichsleiter, Stadtwerke Neumünster
Sponsored by VX Fiber, this event is free for Stadtwerke attendees.
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