The third annual Connected Britain conference takes place in London this week with 80 outstanding speakers and more than 400 confirmed attendees – it is truly the most important place to discuss UK connectivity.
Key subjects for discussion include:
– Bringing 5G to the forefront of UK broadband policy
– Preparing the UK’s infrastructure for a digital future
– Creating an environment where the UK’s digital economy can continue to thrive
– Creating the right incentive and regulatory framework for digital Britain
– Smart Britain: Building the cities of the future
– Rural access: The issue that isn’t going away
Connected Britain is supported by more than a dozen of the UK’s superfast bodies, as well as attracting the most insightful speakers from the likes of Arqiva, BBC, BT, CityFibre, Hyperoptic, ITS Technology, Nokia, Openreach, OS, TalkTalk, Vodafone, and Virgin Media.
The conference takes place on the 14 and 15 June 2017 at the Grange St. Paul’s Hotel during London Technology Week.
Central to the agenda are no fewer than 19 interactive roundtable discussions where you can work with your peers and the table leaders to engage in indepth discussion around key issues including:
– Exploring the role of non-fibre technologies in the UK’s gigabit future with UKWISPA
– How altnets are impacting the investment environment for UK telcos, lead by INCA
– How to Drive demand for superfast and ultrafast services with the Connecting Cheshire Partnership
– tech UK’s thoughts on how to deliver transport corridor connectivity that will enable smart transport systems
– The practical road to implementing 5G with Plum Consulting