Broadband Forum members converged on Antwerp, Belgium, getting together again for our first face-to-face quarterly meeting since March 2020. Presentations and meetings to shape the future of broadband provided endless opportunities to export and import innovative ideas and projects.
We would like to extend a special thanks to Nokia for sponsoring this meeting, as well as putting together an excellent social and networking event.
Last year, Belgium’s Federal Council of Ministers announced its national broadband plan, which aims to eliminate the remaining white areas where high speed services are unavailable and roll-out new broadband technologies. Read More.
Ken Ko, Managing Director of the Broadband Forum participates in FBA's Fiber for Breakfast
'How Future Fiber Technologies Will Affect the Networks of Tomorrow' (10AM EDT, August 4, 2021)' - Ken Ko, Managing Director of the Broadband Forum, discusses why service providers should be thinking today about how future fiber technologies will affect their networks tomorrow. Topics to be covered during this session will include:
• How technologies like 25G and 50G "Super-PONs" can enable new use cases and services;
• How they can serve as a catalyst for network transformation;
• Why planning for migration is important.
2021 Upcoming Quarterly Meetings
- Q3: August 30 – September 3
- Q4: November 29- December 3
Work Area Director Appointments for 2022Want to help drive the direction of BBF work? Consider becoming a BBF Work Area Director: Learn more