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ANGA COM readies to open doors

May 9, 2022

ANGA COM 2022 will kick-off on May 1th with 390 exhibitors from 33 countries on the Cologne fairgrounds. The successful restart of the Exhibition and Conference for Broadband, Television & Online will take place on more than 22,000 sqm of exhibition space until May 12th.According to the event’s slogan ‘Where Broadband meets Content’, ANGA COM will be the meeting point for network operators, vendors and content providers on all issues of broadband and media distribution in the coming days. After a two-year break due to the pandemic, visitors can look forward to a particularly large number of innovations and numerous events organised by exhibitors and sponsors.Dr. Peter Charissé, Managing Director of ANGA COM: “Now we are back with excellent starting conditions and 390 particularly high-quality exhibitors. The preliminary visitor registration numbers are also above our expectations. With the spacious Cologne fairgrounds including a large open air plaza with food trucks – and finally a perfect weather forecast – ANGA COM will offer its visitors and exhibitors optimal conditions for the international reunion of the broadband and media industry.”Highlights of the conference programme with a total of 36 event panels are five summit discussions: the Digitalisation Summit, the Media Summit, the Content Summit, the Fiber Summit and the English-language International CTO Summit. The over 170 speakers include the absolute top of the broadband and media industry, with board members and executives from telecommunications and media companies such as Prime Video, ARD, Deutsche Glasfaser, Deutsche Telekom, Discovery, Liberty Global, M-net, NetCologne, ProSiebenSat.1, RTL, Sky, Tele Columbus, Telefónica and Vodafone.The 22 strategy panels address a wide range of up-to-date industry topics. In addition to a focus on fibre roll-out and streaming, these also include sustainability and regulation. A new conference format is the Theme Day Smart Connectivity on May 12th, which is free of charge. The panels will address particularly innovative, smart connectivity topics as:

  • Smart Networks: New Investors and their Roll-Out Concepts
  • Smart Sustainability: Digitalisation is the only Way to achieve Sustainability (in cooperation with VATM)
  • Smart City and 5G: Networks, Services, Business Models
  • Smart Regions: Innovative Roll-Out Concepts for Fiber

The 14 technology panels, which are particularly international, cover topics such as FTTH, DOCSIS 4.0, Wi-Fi, RDK, OTT, Cloud Services, Artificial Intelligence and Sustainability.

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