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Cable!Vision Europe – the business magazine for broadband, IPTV, cable and satellite
The specialist journal reports on technical trends in the digital cable, broadband and satellite market, analyzes the competition and provides an ongoing overview of developments affecting companies, programs, legal aspects and media policy. The German-language versions of the magazine are targeted at Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
Three editions include an English-language supplement for the international market. A further supplement entitled HOME tracks trends and technical developments which are of relevance for household networks with a broadband or satellite connection.
Published bi-monthly, the magazine reaches over 5,000 decision-makers, purchasers and technicians. The latest news can be found at www.cablevision-europe.de as well in the form of a weekly online newsletter.
CRU Wire & Cable News is a subscription only product that provides daily emailed and online news and analysis of the global metallic wire & cable and fibre optics industries. News can be filtered by region, country, product, end-use and topic. All content published over a month is sent out in a monthly PDF newsletter. Visit www.cruwcn.com today and take a free trial.CRU Wire & Cable News is a subscription only product that provides daily emailed and online news and analysis of the global metallic wire & cable and fibre optics industries. News can be filtered by region, country, product, end-use and topic. All content published over a month is sent out in a monthly PDF newsletter. Visit www.cruwcn.com today and take a free trial.
ECOC exhibition and conference is organised every year in a different city and country in Europe. With a highly technical conference will be in its 44th year and the exhibition 23 years. With over 350 companies worldwide and 1200 delegates attending the conference ECOC the event in the optical communications market in Europe. ECOC will be held in Rome for 2018 from 23-27 September and is a must attend event.
Fibre Systems is a trusted source of information for the optical communications industry, covering the entire value chain from components,subsystems and network equipment manufacturers and distributors to network planners, systems integrators, operators and end -users of fibre-optics networks worldwide.
Published quarterly it is available in print and digital formats.Every issue includes in-depth articles on topics that effect those working in the telecoms and datacom industries.
ICT Professional is the most popular magazine of ICT sector in Poland and the brand is perfectly known among all Polish Internet Service Providers. The magazine is a media partner of numerous ICT events and is thus present at the majority of conferences in Poland. It is also distributed free of charge by post to all Polish ISPs. The numerous novelties, event calendar, technical issues, legal advices and the newest trading offers- it all makes the ICT Professional the most esteemed and longed-for press in the ISP sector.
Light Reading (www.lightreading.com) is an online community-driven media and research business providing news, analysis, events, consulting and marketing solutions for the communications industry. The company combines its research-led online communities and targeted events portfolio to help those in the global communications industry make informed decisions. It is the ultimate source of telecom analysis for over 400,000 subscribers each month and leads the media sector in terms of traffic, content and reputation. Light Reading produces over 15 events and conferences/workshops each year including the Big Communication Event, the annual meeting place for the global telecommunications industry. For more information contact email@example.com or visit www.lightreading.com
Your gateway to the German-speaking market
LWL Portal is an interactive online platform specializing in information-sharing about fibre optics and its technical components. LWL Portal has become the online meeting point for all relevant market players and is therefore the perfect networking tool. It offers companies a tailor-made platform to efficiently present new products, services, and processes, making it the perfect gateway to the German-speaking market. For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
MLex is an independent media organization providing exclusive market insight, analysis and commentary on regulatory risk. Our customers, the world’s leading law firms, corporations, advisory firms and regulators, rely on our reporting to ensure they are well positioned to take advantage of the opportunities posed by regulatory change as well as to mitigate the risks.
Mlex has a track record of uncovering regulatory risk before it breaks in other news outlets. Offering up-to-the-minute coverage of regulatory threats and opportunities from the perspectives of M&A, antitrust and trade defense, as well as data privacy and security, Mlex also specializes in sector-specific regulation across TMT, energy and financial services.
MLex’s coverage spans the world’s foremost regulators in the US, Europe, Asia and Latin America.
Optical Connections has been providing the fibre optic community with essential industry news and reports since 2011. Covering the technologies, products and commercial prospects currently influencing the market, through a combination of print magazine, website and eNewsletter. Optical Connections is an essential information source for component, subsystem & system vendors, installers & integrators & more.
Telecompaper is a respected, independent market researcher and news agency focusing on the national and international Technology, Media and Telecom (TMT) sector. Telecompaper provides its customers with information, insight, analysis and news. National and international businesses, organisations and government bodies use our information to make decisions across all organisational levels and to help develop their policies.
TelecomWatch is the only “Publishing-House” in India which is fully & totally focused / concentrated on Indian Telecom & its related industries. TelecomWatch serves well over 71,000 email ids & its products are seen daily by more than 1,00,000 pairs of important eye-balls, who are the actual business creators. TelecomWatch products provide online & offline timely & accurate info / data on vital happenings, latest tariffs & valid tenders through: TelecomWatch-news flash, TelecomWatch-tariff databank, TelecomWatch-info bank, TelecomWatch-ad flash. For more details please visit www.telecomwatch.in or mail us at email@example.com
The Action Group Gigabit Fiber Access – short AGGFA - was formed in 2009 and is focused on the development of OAN concepts in Austria. AGGFA is part of CMG-AE - an association which promotes the exchange of technical and management information among ICT professionals through working groups, conferences and study tours. The main goal of the AGGFA group is to speed up the transition from copper based to fiber based access networks (FTTB/H), whereby a special focus is given on covering rural areas and implementing the wholesale-only business model.
AOTEC is a professional business association which aim is the representation, impulse, coordination and protection of the local telecommunications operators. Being the only national association on this field and assembling more than 150 companies.
Since it was established in 2002, the association works to develop the local operator image, on the conviction that these companies are the key to develop the local economy as active agents to digitalize the country and generate wealth and employment.
AOTEC gives voice to a sector big enough, composed of more than 1,100 small companies around the country, in order to create over 7,600 direct jobs. Due to the high technological level, lines coverage, and employment creation, the importance of the companies group is comparable to some national operators.
Due to the power of the sector regulations, the association has been the first entity, within the telecommunications field, that signed up for the CNMC lobbyists register. Moreover, it makes proposals to face the regulation of projects, the enquiries and other actions in order to protect the local operator.
The German Broadband Association (BREKO) represents the majority of all alternative fixed line broadband network operators in Germany. BREKO members rely on future-proof fibre infrastructures and currently account for more than 60 percent of the competitive FTTB/H deployment.
Since its inception in 1999, BREKO has successfully advocated competition on the German telecommunications market. Our more than 290 members, including more than 170 city and regional carriers as well as municipal utilities, provide urban as well as rural areas, the so-called "white spots", with high-performance fibre access. To this end, they invest more than EUR 1.5 billion every year. BREKO companies thus make a major contribution to the comprehensive fibre deployment in Germany as well as to the achievement of the German Federal Government’s broadband targets.
BREKO members are willing and prepared to continue their significant investments in order to establish fibre as the proper foundation for digitisation and to pave the way for Germany towards the Gigabit Society. BREKO is committed to achieving this goal by providing expert knowledge on adequate political and regulatory framework conditions. Consequently, the leading German fibre association has positioned itself with a clear infrastructure target of comprehensive coverage of fibre access providing at least 1 Gbps by 2025.
BREKO has evolved into a strong union consisting of the BREKO Association, the BREKO Purchasing Group, and the BREKO Service Company. Within this union, we join the forces of our members to strengthen competition on the German telecommunications market!
Broadband Europe webpages give information on broadband in the EU, present good practice projects, provide assistance and legal advice on how to develop broadband projects and suggest financing and business models for broadband development projects.
The Broadband Europe pages are managed by the European Commission, DG Connect, with the support from atene KOM.
Following a successful first year in the German capital, Broadband World Forum 2018 is returning to Berlin for more beer, more bratwurst and more broadband!
The Broadband industry is at a point of change, and BBWF is the place where senior leaders gather to get updates, ensure they are keeping pace with technological trends, and find solutions to their biggest challenges. With an exhibition buzzing with the latest network tech, an agenda brimming with top content and an unrivalled guest list Broadband World Forum is firmly established as the most important event for the global broadband industry.
Covering all of the industry’s priorities, speakers and exhibitors will be showcasing the latest innovations in technology areas including: Fixed Access, Virtualization & Cloud Services, 5G, Smart Home, network analytics and open source software. We look forward to welcoming you in Berlin this October. Find out more here: https://tmt.knect365.com/bbwf/
ETNO has been the voice of Europe’s telecommunications network operators since 1992 and has become the principal policy group for European electronic communications network operators. Its 50 members and observers in 35 countries collectively account for a turnover of more than € 600 billion and employ over 1.6 million people. ETNO companies are the main drivers of broadband and are committed to its continual growth in Europe.
ETNO members are pan-European operators, also holding new entrant positions outside their national markets. ETNO brings together the main investors in innovative and high-quality e-communications platforms and services, representing 70% of total sector investment.
ETNO closely contributes to shaping the best regulatory and commercial environment for its members to continue rolling out innovative and high quality services and platforms for the benefit of European consumers and businesses. You may contact ETNO by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or via twitter (@ETNOAssociation).
Founded in 1991, Europacable is the voice of all leading European wire and cable producers.
Europacable members include the largest cable makers in the world providing global technology leadership, as well as highly specialized small- and medium sized businesses from across Europe.
The product scope of our members covers the full range of energy and communication cables.
With our future being ever more electrified and digitalised, high-quality cables will be the core backbone of Europe´s energy and telecommunication infrastructures. Europacable is proud to represent the producers of these high performance products at European level.
Globally our members employ over 80.000 people of which more than 50% in Europe generating a worldwide turnover over € 70 billion in 2016.
FACEL – Spanish Association of Electrical and Fibre Optical Cables, Accessories and Wires, members also of EUROPACABLE representing the Spanish Industry of Cablemakers (www.facel.es)
Finnet Association is a central organisation and co-operative forum of local ICT companies. Finnet Association consists of 23 member companies with their subsidiaries and affiliates. The companies employ over 2000 persons. At the end of 2015 the combined turnover was about 350 million euros.
SCTE – The Society for Broadband Professionals
Founded in 1945, the SCTE is a Learned Society and non-profitmaking organisation which aims to raise the standard of broadband engineering in the global telecommunications industry. The Society particularly concerns itself with the training and career advancement of technical professionals in the field. SCTE provides broadband industry accreditation and certification for its members around the world, giving them professional standing in the industry. It also run a variety of conferences, seminars and networking events for members at international venues throughout the year. See www.thescte.eu
More than 120 of the telecommunications and service companies which operate in the German market are active in the VATM. All of them are working for more competition in the telecommunications market – for the benefit of innovations, investments and employment. Since liberalization in 1998 the competitors have made investments totalling around € 66.5 billion in the fixed network and cellular telephone areas. The VATM member companies cover 80 percent of all fixed-line subscribers and nearly all mobile customers outside of Deutsche Telekom in Germany. The VATM is strongly committed to a successful path in the gigabit society with future proofed FTTH / FTTB networks. For more information and for Agenda 2030 see www.vatm.de
Since 1977, IDATE DigiWorld, recognised for its independence and the quality of its teams of key digital sector experts, has been engaged in three activities:
> Institute, a European think tank with more than 60 member enterprises, and an annual programme that includes monthly Club meetings in Brussels, London and Paris, a series of high-level events such as DigiWorld Future and the DigiWorld Summit, along with flagship publications, the DigiWorld Yearbook, a monthly DigiWorld Watch service, and Collaborative Research Programmes whose topics for 2018 are: “5G”, “Digital Territories”, “Artificial Intelligence and Robotics” and “Policy & Regulation”.
> Research, a global observatory of digital markets and innovation, tracking and analysing the latest developments through a complete catalogue of market reports and market watch solutions: “FTTx & Gigabit”, “Wireless 4G & 5G”, “Digital Telcos”, “Internet of Things” and “Future TV & Video.”
> Consulting, bespoke consulting solutions from our economists and engineers, who have established their credibility and independence through the hundreds of research and consulting assignments they perform every year, on behalf of top industry players and public policy makers.
Founded in 1982, WIK (Wissenschaftliches Institut für Infrastruktur und Kommunikationsdienste) with its subsidiary WIK-Consult, based in Bad Honnef, Germany, offers consultancy services for public and private clients around the world. Its focus is on the telecommunications, Internet, post and energy sectors, giving advice on policy, regulatory and strategic issues. More information is available at: www.wik.org and www.wik-consult.com
Conectronica is the most known publication about Telecom and Electronics connectivity specialized on fiber optics and FTTx deployments for spanish speakers. Born in 1996 and published by GM2 Publicaciones Técnicas, S.L. is available online at www.conectronica.com and monthly offline by subscription.