24 Oct, 2017
Broadband World Forum 2017
Nokia is creating the technology to connect the world. We shape the future by pushing technological innovation that transforms human experiences and improves people’s lives, in a sustainable way.
Join us at Broadband World Forum 2017, booth E104, and discover how we can help you navigate the possibilities of the connected world to enable new experiences in people’s lives each day.
Our experts and executives will be on site to discuss any topics that you are interested in and demonstrate our latest innovative products, solutions, and services.
Keith Russell, Fixed Networks Marketing Director, Nokia
Summit: G.fast Council
12:15 – 12:40: BBF Access
Ana Pesovic, Fixed Networks Marketing Director, Nokia
Summit: NGPON2 Council
12:40 – 13:05: BBF Access
Federico Guillén, President, Fixed Networks, Nokia
Keynote: "The Power of And"
9.50 - 10.10
Yves T’Joens, Head of OSS Suite & Technology, Nokia
“Autonomous Customer Care”
11:40 – 12:00: UBB2020 stage
David Eckard, Fixed Networks CTO, Nokia
“Bringing virtualization to the edge of the network”
12:00 – 13:20: Content Hub UBB2020
Abstract: Virtualization is coming to a fixed access network near you and probably sooner than you think. The adoption of SDN/NFV brings the opportunity to fundamentally rethink how access networks are built and operated. Come learn how this transition will occur and how the industry can avoid the pitfalls in order to realize the operational benefits that virtualization promises.
Willem Verbiest, Head of FWABU Product Management, Nokia
“The time is right for Fixed Wireless Access”
14:40 – 15:40: Content Hub UBB2020
Abstract: Fixed Wireless Access (FWA)is a hot topic today with many operators exploring the possibility of supplementing their fiber rollout with FWA where it makes economic sense. This is not a new concept, but now, with advances in wireless technology including mmWave, FWA can live up to the promise by providing reliable services at speeds up to 1Gbps. Come to this session to hear what industry experts have to say and understand where fixed wireless access fits in your ultra-broadband rollout.
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