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2016 FTTH Connect Call for Presentations

Thank you for your submissions. The 2016 Call for Presentations is now closed. We look forward to seeing you in Nashville!

  • Accepted speakers will be notified by February 2016.
  • Questions? Please email our conference staff

2016 Conference Tracks:

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Sessions in this track will focus on “hot” technologies currently being adopted and developed, including innovations that streamline processes and leading-edge technologies that enable new revenue-generating services. Share your knowledge about the products and solutions changing the status quo across the FTTH landscape and influencing how network operators do business.

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Meeting Bandwidth and New Application Demands
The great bandwidth explosion is here! Network operators are facing greater demand than ever before, driven by new applications, the introduction of 4K video streaming, and the movement of storage and services into the cloud. Sessions in this track will provide guidance to network operators looking for strategies and tactics to meet the growing demand for increased bandwidth.

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The Community Toolkit: FTTH from A to Z
Sessions in this track will explore the various steps necessary to bring an FTTH deployment from a vision to a successfully-deployed network. This track will follow the elements of the FTTH Online Community Toolkit.

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Marketing and New Services for Increasing Revenues
Sessions in this track will provide valuable insight into how network operators can leverage their fiber networks to increase their customer bases and revenue streams, as well as ways to educate customers about the advantages of all-fiber networks.

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Leading Best Practices for Fiber Deployment

Sessions in this track will highlight technologies affecting design, development, and deployment of fiber to the home networks, with a focus on today's hardware, software, and best practices. Sessions will help attendees gain a new understanding of deployment techniques, product improvements, and installation practices.