LUXEOPO, LUXEMBOURG – John Henry Group directors and senior managers attended the international FTTH conference in Luxembourg this week, continuing to investigate and procure new technologies and skills to develop more cost-effective FTTH and network construction solutions for our clients.
The event, which is run by the Fibre To The Home Council, is held annually, this year taking place at LUXEXPO Exhibition and Congress Centre and attracting thousands of businesses which have an interest in delivering better internet connections to homes, businesses and organisations.
This is a fantastic, must-attend event for companies looking to lead and innovate in relation to the delivery and construction of new fibre internet networks
-Jim Henry, Director, John Henry Group
Jim Henry, Director from John Henry Group, said: “This is a fantastic, must-attend event for companies looking to lead and innovate in relation to the delivery and construction of new fibre internet networks to homes and businesses.
“What is amazing, is how far the UK seems to be behind some of the other countries in terms of FTTH.
“I was impressed with some of the technologies on offer in the industry and there were also som really interesting seminars in relation to Fibre To The Business (FTTB).”
More than 100 exhibitors attended this year’s event, with attractions also including 3D printing technology and a ‘fibre experience zone’ which showcased some of the latest FTTH technologies.
For more information about next year’s event in France and a full picture gallery, visit: http://www.ftthconference.eu/media/conference-pictures
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