ANGA Cable, Europe’s leading Trade Fair for Cable, Broadband and Satellite, will open with 380 exhibitors from 33 countries and a high-level Television Summit on May 26, 2009. The Broadband Summit will focus on the Digitale Dividend, LTE and Wimax.
A highlight of the English congress programme is the international Broadband Summit. Under the headline “Cable versus Wireless: Next Generation Competitors?” CEOs and CTOs from five countries will discuss the effects of new wireless networks (such as LTE and Wimax) on the broadband competition
in Europe. It is moderated by Broadband TV News editor Julian Clover.
Another highlight and the opening event of the 3-day congress is the high-level Strategy Summit with the top representatives of German network operators and content providers. With Thomas Braun (President ANGA Association of German Cable Operators) as the host and Dr. Adrian von Hammerstein (CEO Kabel Deutschland), Parm Sandhu (CEO Unitymedia), Markus Schmid (CEO Tele Columbus), Harald Rösch (CEO Kabel Baden-Württemberg), Werner Hanf (CEO NetCologne), Ferdinand Kayser (President and CEO SES Astra), Dr. Marcus Englert (Board Member ProSieben Sat.1) and Prof Dr Carl-Eugen Eberle (General Counsel ZDF), there will be a first-class panel discussion on the future of broadband and Triple Play in Germany.
Main topics across a total of 20 trade panels are analogue switch off, digital platforms and the Triple Play strategies of cable and fibre operators. Speakers at the congress are high-level representatives from UPC
Austria, Canal Digital Norway, Numericable France, ARD, Deutsche Telekom, Eutelsat, EWE, MABB, Versatel, HanseNet, RTL, Zattoo and MTV among others.
ANGA’s Managing Director Peter Charissé: “ANGA Cable continues its success story. With a new booking record and 380 exhibitors, the exhibition hallwill be fully booked again. We have more advance visitor registrations for congress and exhibition than last year. At ANGA Cable, the cable and broadband industry will showcase in best form.”
A three-day pass for the exhibition costs €29 (incl. VAT). For the accompanying congress the three-day ticket costs €150 (plus VAT). The favourably priced technology ticket €75 (plus VAT) – is valid for attending the technology panels and visiting the exhibition.