Discover the latest Fibre growth drivers

Meet with global Fibre experts and learn future strategies to further monetise infrastructure investments

Join us at Network X 2023 in Paris from 24-26 October to hear global telecoms experts speak on the latest innovations, monetisation strategies and case studies impacting the Fibre market

The event will address current growth drivers for the Fibre market – including next-gen PON upgrade paths, FTTH rollouts, the rise of AltNets and shifting market dynamics.


Join the conversation at Network X 2023

Next-gen PON upgrades​

Telcos need to define their PON upgrade strategy – but how can telcos balance the cost versus the opportunity of different upgrade paths? 

Next-gen PON services

From mobile xHaul to enterprise and POL, telcos need to simultaneously deliver multiple services to monetise the next-gen PON network beyond consumer revenue.  

Regional FTTH rollout​

AltNets and regional operators are rolling out fibre, but need to develop a successful strategy to monetise this. Should smaller players focus on consumer models or opt for alternative routes, including wholesale, enterprise-only, partnerships or M&A?


What you will learn

  • How to upgrade to next-gen PON to deliver multiple services 
  • Overcoming the challenges of monetising your regional FTTH network with the right business model 
  • Panel Discussion: Wholesale, private equity, AltNets, converged operators and more – what does the European FTTH marketplace look like today vs tomorrow?  
  • Upgrading your copper-based LAN with POL across campuses to yield improved connectivity and reduced OPEX  
  • Building a wholesale-only model on your dark fibre network  
  • Panel Discussion: How to build a consumer brand as a regional FTTH player 

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