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10 May 2021

Broadband Forum 2021: BASe virtual events Apr – Nov 2021

Broadband Forum 2021: BASe virtual events Apr – Nov 2021

The Broadband Forum BASe Events 2021 will explore the cutting-edge technologies and best practices which will drive the broadband ecosystem. Delivered by technology innovators, these events are not to be missed by technology leaders who want to learn from the best, as well as share their expertise and help to shape the future of broadband.

BASe is unique to other events, as it is designed to meet the requirements for both business drivers and technical discussion, real life implementations, testing and strategic technical planning as well as valuable peer-to-peer networking. For this reason, BASe attracts an extremely loyal and growing technical decision-making audience of service providers globally, as well as a wide representation from the industry ecosystem.

Registration is free for CSP attendees and Nokia staff.

Please join us, learn and network with your industry peers. Our speakers will share unique broadband insights about next-gen PON technologies and strategies.

The Broadband Forum 2021 virtual summit

Thursday, May 13
Network and Service Delivery: SDN and NFV, Network Disaggregation and Other Key Trends

  • Shades of Disaggregation in Open Access Networks
    By Kurt Pynaert, Head, End-to-End SDAN Solutions, Fixed Networks, Nokia
  • Practical Fixed Access Network Sharing (FANS)
    By Jan Diestelmans, Product Manager, Fixed Networks, Nokia

The event is free of charge for operators and Nokia staff. 

Register here

vBASe webinar series:

Thursday, May 20  
Future PON Technology Update
By Ron Heron, Lead Technology Strategist, Fixed Networks, Nokia 

Thursday, July 22
The Open Software-Defined Access Network: Reality Check
By Tim Carey, Chair, OB-BAA Project, Broadband Forum Fellow and Lead Technology Strategist, Fixed Networks, Nokia

Thursday, November 11
The Converged Mobile and Fixed Network
By Pascal Dom, Senior Product Manager, Fixed Networks, Nokia