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  • Q3 2019 - Milan, Italy
  • September 2-5, 2019
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A word from Robin Mersh, Broadband Forum CEO:

"It is perhaps fitting, as we reach the halfway point in another exciting year for Broadband Forum, that I am writing these notes in Seoul, South Korea – home to the world’s highest average Internet speeds and the highest fiber optic broadband penetration. In fact, I wonder why this is our first appearance in this dynamic, technology-hungry country, where we have been made most welcome by our sponsors Korea Telecom (KT) and the GiGA Wire Alliance. Their enthusiastic demonstrations of GiGA Wire and, and the site visit to a live installation at a challenging shopping center Multi Dwelling Units (MDU) complex, were not only fascinating but reminded me of how in the telecoms industry we are all part of a family; driving broadband forward everywhere we go." Read more.

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