EVENT

Broadband TV Connect Asia 2018

24 April 2018 to 25 April 2018
Bangkok, Thailand

One event, two focused tracks. 500 industry leaders.

Broadband TV Connect Asia brings together the Digital TV and Broadband communities to learn, network and collaborate. Two defined tracks of content will tackle current challenges in network upgrade and digital TV transformation, while curated networking events will give you time to connect with both communities and understand how they are becoming increasingly converged; As operators struggle with increased consumer demand driven by video, and media is faced with challenges of digital delivery.

Thailand is entering an era of digital transformation, with national strategies in place to strengthen digital infrastructure and drive economic, societal and cultural development in the country. Upwards of USD1.1BN (THB38bn) investment is planned to strengthen Thailand’s broadband backbone, extending access across the country and increasing data speeds by more than 400%. Network upgrade is essential to deliver on increasing consumer demand which is driven largely by video consumption.

As the Broadband networks prepare for increased streaming, the TV industry is also undergoing a digital boom with SVOD subscriber estimates up to 234 million by 2022.

If you are an operator, broadcaster, Pay-TV operator, content provider or OTT Provider, you can apply for a FREE 2-Day Pass.

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As data demand ramps ever higher, researchers are looking to innovative amplifier designs to help transport a broader light spectrum through optical fibres, finds Andy Extance

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Duncan Ellis shares his views about the increased focus on automation from network operators, and how the physical layer has so far stubbornly resisted the move

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Switching off copper networks where fibre has been deployed is the end game, so why are so few operators doing it, wonders Pauline Rigby

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With demand for fibre to the premises increasing, Keely Portway looks at the role training plays in ensuring installation skills remain available to meet this growing demand

Analysis and opinion