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Internet is the bloodstream of economy. Development of fibre infrastructure will lead to even further economic growth and contribute to a better quality of life, enabling such services as e-business, e-health, teleworking or e-learning.
Learn what FTTH in Oberwallis means for its inhabitants. Imagine living and working in Obergoms near the Rhône glacier, 1400m above sea: Fresh mountain air, 300 days of sun a year and yet, connected with the world. A high-quality life far away from the major cities with confidence in the future…
The timing for Warsaw to host the FTTH Conference 2015, the world’s largest FTTH-focused event, is perfect since Poland is widely implementing its broadband infrastructure. This event is the opportunity for people across Europe, and around the world, to connect and discuss the latest advances in the deployment of fibre to the home.
High bandwidth is a necessity not just for the future but also for today. Applications requiring gigabit connections to fully enjoy the benefits are integrated into people’s lives and change the expectations of a desirable place to live and work. FTTH offers and will continue to offer the highest bandwidth, most future-proof way to provide that connection.
FTTH is important for moving the global economy back onto a higher growth trajectory, and in generating sustainable social and economic growth. As important as the investments in the fibre infrastructure is the development of advanced services for entertainment, comfort, education, security, smart energy, smart homes and smart regions.
FTTH Conference 2015 Wrap Up
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