FTTB | FTTH | FTTX | Future Fiber Optic | Metropolitan Infrastructure & Networks
Smart City | Standardisation
AFOR (ROMANIAN FIBER OPTIC ASSOCIATION) & ICT CONSULTATIVE COUNCIL INVITE THE ICT PROFESSIONALS, PUBLIC AUTHORITIES & ACADEMICS TO THE 2nd ANNUAL REGIONAL CONFERENCE, EXPO & WORKSHOPS FOCUSED ON THE CRITICAL TOPICS OF FIBER OPTICS AND BROADBAND DEPLOYMENT TODAY.
ROMANIA is a worldwide paradox with its greatest Internet speeds in the world and a poor Internet penetration, but yet how can we cable the next half of Romania and its disadvantaged areas?
EU DIGITAL AGENDA has several key objectives, one of them being to provide all European Union citizens with basic broadband coverage and more ambitious to provide broadband speeds of at least 30 megabits per second for all by 2020. Romania’s broadband plan focuses on building up a national broadband network as a first step towards achieving the targets set by the Digital Agenda for Europe. Romania’s existing national broadband plan is based on the European Commission’s Digital Agenda for Europe (DAE). It aims at achieving 100 % broadband coverage over 30 Mbps by 2020 and specifically sets the target that 50 % of households being provided with subscriptions over 100 Mbps.
NATIONAL BROADBAND PLAN AND POLICY
Romania’s Broadband Plan is devised and implemented entirely by the Ministry of Communications and Information Society (Ministerul pentru Societatea Informaţională), the National Authority for Management and Regulation in Communications (Autoritatea Naţională pentru Administrare şi Reglementare în Comunicaţii) is responsible for regulatory measures. The National Centre România Digitală (Digital Romania), a public institution under the Ministry of Information Society is to implement and operate Nationwide Electronic Point of Single Contact, aiming thereby streamlining government, creating an integrated market services and simplifying procedures applicable to service providers in order to achieve an interoperable platform to national and European level.
Topics related to Ministry of Communications and for Information Society & Ministry of National Education and Scientific Research:
The specialists leave the country and the local market register a lack of specialized personnel
Topics related to Ministry of European Funds:
Technical Consulting for the implementation of the broadband projects in Romania (eg. RONET, Digital Agenda, NGN)
Topics related to Ministry of Regional Development & Public Administration:
Active player in issuing work permits for telecom and aesthetic works; issuing professional certification for telecommunications works.
* Virtualisation * Network Intelligence * Network Functions Virtualisation (NFV) * Network Efficiency & Speed Access Evolution * Mobile & Fixed Broadband * Mobile Backhaul & Fronthaul * Connected Car * Smart Home
* Internet of Things *
2 March 2016 | Radisson Blu Hotel, Bucharest, Romania | 2nd Edition
Registration & Welcome coffee
AUTHORITIES & OPERATORS SESSION
AFOR, MCSI (Ministry of Communications), MENCS (Ministry of Education), MFE (Ministry for EU Funds), MDRAP (Ministry of Development), ANCOM (National Regulatory Body for Telecom), Competition Council, FTTH Europe Council, City Halls of Bucharest, Timisoara, Cluj, Constanta, Rm Valcea, AOR (Association of Romanian Cities)
Orange, Vodafone, Telekom, RCS&RDS, UPC, Euroweb, GTS Telecom, INES, ENEL, Teletrans, CFR Telecomunicatii etc.
BUSINESS LUNCH & NETWORKING
CABLES & CONNECTICS SESSION
Romkatel (Anritsu, Inno), Celesta (Sumitomo, Yokogawa, NTest), Telecom Instruments (Viavi), Teledatanet (Exfo), Teleprecision - MTS (Emtelle, AFL, Fujikura)
COFFEE BREAK & NETWORKING
EDUCATION, R&D SESSION
Ericsson, Huawei, Plumetaz, Fremco, Intergraph, Smallworld, ESRI, Kapsch, TCR Telecom Projects, Electrogrup, Sens Interactiv
MCSI, MDRAP, MENCS, MFE, ANCOM, Competition Council, City Halls from Bucharest, Timisoara, Cluj, Constanta
ACeR, AFOR, ANIS, ANISP, AOMR, AOTR, ARIES, FTTH Council Europe, ISOC, AOR, ADSI
ACADEMICS & UNIVERSITIES
TELECOM & INTERNET OPERATORS:
Allnet Telecom, Combridge, Direct One, Dotro Telecom, Euroweb, Google, GTS Telecom, ICI, iComm, Idilis, Ines Group, Media Sat, NextGen, Nxdata, Orange, Prime Telecom, RCS&RDS, Rolink, SNR, STS, Telekom, UPC, Vodafone, Posta Romana
3M, AFL, Alcatel-Lucent, Yokogawa, Anritsu, Celesta Comexim, Cisco, CSR, Diamond Fiber, Dura-Line, EMTELE, Ericsson, ESRO Energy, Esri, EXFO, Expo, , Fitel/Furukawa, Fujikura, Hitachi, Huawei, HP, IBM, Intrarom, Kapsch, Microsoft, Mira Telecom, Nestor Cables, Nexans, NSN, NTest, Omnilogic, Oracle, Protelco, Prysmian, R&M, Radcom, Romkatel, S&T, Samsung, SAP, Star Storage, Sumitomo, TCR-telecom, Telecom Instruments, Teledatanet, Teleprecision, Teletrans, Thales, Total Fiber, UTI, Viavi, ZTE
MOBILE DEVICES PROVIDERS:
Allview, Evolio, HTC, Huawei, Lenovo, LG, Nokia, Samsung, Sony, ZTE
Former Secretary of State
Head of the control body of the PM
Ministry of European Funds
Furukawa Electric Europe