About the conference

Facts and figures

The FTTH Conference of the FTTH Council Europe* is the biggest FTTH-related conference in the world. The conference takes place in February and has been held in a different European city since 2004.  It has grown every year and reached more than 3000 attendees in Stockholm in February 2014.

Attendees’ profiles include: Decision makers from the European Commission, national government and municipalities; management level attendees from operators (incumbents, alternative operators, utility companies); investment banks and financing institutions; management level attendees from service and application providers; analysts and industry experts; technical experts from industry; operators and academia; press and media.

The FTTH Conference is all inclusive with conference, workshops, exhibition, hands-on demos and amazing networking opportunities.

The conference discusses hot topics of fibre roll-out in Europe:  FTTH in Central and Eastern Europe, fibre-enabled services including eHealth, eGovernment, etc.; financing of FTTH networks; marketing of FTTH networks and take rates; the role of FTTH in smart cities and smart regions; innovative solutions for fibre networks…

The first day of the conference offers up to ten workshop streams to discuss specific topics in detail. The workshops are either organised by the FTTH Council Europe or by external parties (in the latter case FTTH Council Europe acts as a host).

The Exhibitors Presentation Room is a special forum for presentations on specific FTTH topics by FTTH Conference exhibitors. Find the exhibitors presenting in the Exhibitors Presentation Room, by looking for the  icon, here.

The FTTH Conference 2015 is under the patronage of







*About the FTTH Council Europe: The FTTH Council Europe is an industry organisation with a mission to accelerate the availability of fibre-based, ultra-high-speed access networks to consumers and businesses. The Council promotes this technology because it will deliver a flow of new services that enhance the quality of life, contribute to a better environment and increase economic competitiveness. The Council consists of more than 150 member companies. www.ftthcouncil.eu