The COVID-19 lockdown has seen massive spikes in broadband consumption and in the use of streaming video. Broadband connectivity has never been more important in delivering reliable premium service offerings.
However, video service providers face big challenges in continuing to upgrade their infrastructure in a way that makes economic sense in the face of increased demand for always-on, reliable broadband and entertainment services.
In the forthcoming DTVE Digital Symposium session on the bandwidth challenge on September 29, a panel of leading industry experts will discuss the impact of the pandemic, service providers’ ability to respond to massive growth in demand for bandwidth for streaming and the technology and investment choices they face as they address increasing demand for capacity.
This discussion, moderated by Stuart Thomson, Editor of Digitial TV Europe, will feature contributions from Broadpeak’s VP of Business Development, Xiavier Leclercq, Blago Giorgiievski, Access & Capacity Tribe Lead, Telenet, Oualid Saddi, Head Of Solutions Architecture, Bouygues Telecom and John Kendall, Associate Director, Research and Analysis, Media Delivery, Omdia.
To introduce this session, Omdia’s John Kendall will cover:
In the panel discussion, we will address the following questions:
To find out more and to register, click here.
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