ANGA COM Online Special "FTTH & DOCSIS": Thanks for your Participation - GO TO VIDEO + PRESENTATIONS

News der Branche, Verbände

Thank you very much for participating in the ANGA COM Online Special "FTTX & DOCSIS" on 17 November 2020. We are proud to say that more than 600 attendees watched the live webinar which was hosted by ANGA COM - Exhibition and Conference for Broadband, Television & Online.

A special thank you goes to our cooperation partner SCTE - The Society for Broadband Professionals as well as to our speakers and presenters:

  • Jan Ariesen, Technetix
  • Jan Backman, VXFIBER
  • Carsten Engelke, ANGA
  • Dave Keane-Mirajkar, CommScope
  • Henning Kroll, AVM
  • Robert Pagano, Trimble
  • Arttu Purmonen, Teleste Corporation
  • Mike Thornton, SCTE
  • Christian Till, EXFO
  • Dr. Friedemann Weiß, HUBER+SUHNER BKtel
  • Armin Winter, Nokia

The video recording of the webinar as well as the speakers' presentations are now available on our website. Please follow the link below.


In case of any questions, please contact

Thanks again for your participation and hope to speak to you soon.

Best regards
Your ANGA COM Team

About us:
This webinar has been part of an event series provided by ANGA COM, Europe’s leading business platform for Broadband, Television and Online. ANGA COM brings together network operators, vendors and content providers on all issues of broadband and media distribution. The next show date is 8 to 10 June 2021 in Cologne/Germany.
Most recently, the ANGA COM show counted more than 500 exhibitors from 35 countries and 20,000 participants from 83 countries. Among the largest exhibitors were telecom vendors such as Appear TV, AVM, Casa Systems, Cisco, CommScope, Nokia, Synamedia, Teleste and Wisi. The speaker line-up of the conference programme with 2,400 participants included C-level representatives of Deutsche Telekom, Vodafone, Tele2, Sunrise, TDC, freenet, Eutelsat, ProSiebenSat.1, RTL Television and Discovery. Amongst the participants were 540 network and platform operators serving more than 200 million households all over Europe, as well as 370 media companies. 44 percent of the participants belonged to the senior level.