Connected Germany launches to accelerate Germany’s connectivity landscape

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  • November 12, 2019 3:32 PM GMT
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Frankfurt, Germany, 12 November 2019 - Connected Germany will launch this month, bringing together the key stakeholders and decision makers from across the full breadth of Germany’s connectivity landscape. With over 350 participants and more than 75 speakers confirmed, including key representatives from Vodafone, Deutsche Telekom and Deutsche Glasfaser, Connected Germany will bring leading operators and network equipment providers together to collaborate and explore new opportunities.

Held in Frankfurt from November 19–20, the event will explore the challenges and opportunities presented by Germany’s constantly evolving connectivity landscape. Attendees will also have the opportunity to network and establish partnerships, as the country looks to rollout fully converged gigabit-speed networks by the end of 2025.

“We are thrilled to be hosting the industry’s leading experts and operators at Connected Germany to further accelerate Germany’s connectivity landscape,” said Rob Chambers, Managing Director at Total Telecom. “The event will be a catalyst for collaboration to explore the challenges and opportunities present in Germany to develop connectivity. We are thrilled to see the response to Connected Germany and with the growing number of attendees, we look forward to welcoming the future developers of the connectivity landscape.”

The event will comprise of three distinct streams, covering the full breadth of the country’s connectivity landscape. The Gigabit Germany stream will focus on regulatory, financial and practical issues; Connected Society will look at the implications and opportunities of digital transformation for German society, and the Smart Germany stream will analyse the economic opportunities presented by new technologies in the industry.

Chambers added: “In a fast-paced industry, the success of Germany’s broadband strategy relies on the delivery of next-generation networks. Therefore, it is vital to collaborate and explore broadband strategy options together. We hope Connected Germany will be a catalyst for meeting the country’s broadband goals for years to come.”

Taking place at the Marriott Hotel, Frankfurt from November 19 – 20, Connected Germany will present speakers from top organisations including Vodafone, the European Commission, Deutsche Telekom and many more. Click here for a full agenda and to find out how you can register for Connected Germany 2019: https://www.terrapinn.com/conference/connected-germany/Agenda.stm.

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