As per InfoCom’s quarterly fixed voice traffic monitoring, the Western European region closed 3Q17 with roughly 97bn minutes of calls (-9% YoY), since all monitored markets exhibited lower fixed voice usage during the period. Among the markets covered, both Italy and Spain managed to improve their voice traffic trend primarily due to the popularity of bundled offers with unlimited calls to fixed line (some even offer unlimited calls to mobile numbers) (e.g. Fusion+ offers of Telefonica; TIM Smart Home of Telecom Italia).
FTTH APAC Conference, Manila Philippines • 8th-10th May 2018
The FTTH APAC Conference 2018 is the ultimate meeting point for all companies active in the Asia-Pacific telecoms market. With more than 600 senior executives from the region’s operators, solutions providers and vendors, the event provides an unrivalled opportunity to position your company as a market leader, network and secure new business with industry leaders.
We are delighted to announce that the 13th Annual FTTH APAC Conference will be coming to Manila in 2018. As one of Asia’s most exciting markets, it is the perfect time to come to the Philippines and understand what opportunities and challenges are facing the Asian communication sector.
73% of the world’s FTTx subscribers and 48% of the world’s fixed broadband in 2017 will be in the Asia-Pacific region. Over 600 attendees from around the world will be gathering to understand the latest regional market trends and the technological developments that will disrupt Asian telecoms.
The 2018 conference will mark the first collaboration between the FTTH Council Asia-Pacific and CRU Events. This unique partnership will offer attendees a packed three days of conference sessions that will be centred on partnership, investment and innovation across the Asia-Pacific region. The event will attract government bodies, regulators, MNOs, service providers, consultants, investment firms and solution providers. It promises the opportunity to gain fresh insights and unrivalled access to high-level, hard to reach decision-makers.