by TIP News
Between the 9-11th October 2023, the Telecom Infra Project (TIP) will be hosting the second edition of Fyuz at the Palacio Municipal in Madrid, Spain. Fyuz is where the future of connectivity comes to take root, grow and flourish. This year, the event brings together leaders from across the telecoms industry, including headline speakers from AT&T, AWS, BT, Cable Labs, Comcast, Dell, DISH, DT, Google, HPE, Intel, Juniper, Meta, MTN, NTIA, NTT Docomo, Orange, Spectra, Telefonica, VMware, Vodafone.
Fyuz 2023, supported by its industry sponsors*, will showcase how open and disaggregated networks are transforming the telecoms landscape and accelerating the deployment of advanced connectivity solutions. Fyuz will cover all aspects of open and disaggregated network technologies for wireless, fixed and satellite communications from access to transport and the core.
Reimagining the event experience
Fyuz is a platform for TIP participants and industry partners to showcase how a collaborative approach to technology innovation is transforming connectivity solutions. Industry leaders will take to the stage to discuss key topics including Open RAN, OpenWifi, Open Optical and Packet Transport, innovation in AI, chipsets, Satellite Communications, and Metaverse Ready Networks. The event will also cover themes around new business and operational models as well as the urgent need for upskilling and the role being played in this space by TIP Academy.
With sensory experiences aligned with this year’s sustainability theme, delegates will also benefit from:
- An incredible exhibition featuring the leading companies in open and disaggregated telecom infrastructure, with multiple summits under one roof
- Technology showcases and product demos, and thought-leading and impartial conference content from the Telecom Infra Project and leading industry partners
- Networking opportunities with C-Level executives, visionary speakers, and innovators and disruptors, who will help drive the growth of organisations
The impressive line-up of industry thought leaders (which will be added to right up until October) can be accessed via the event’s website.
“Last year’s Fyuz laid down the roots for what we want this event to be, and we’re really pleased with how this year’s event is taking shape,” said Kristian Toivo, Executive Director of TIP. “Across the industry, there is a need to bring together the companies addressing the demand for agile, competitive telecoms solutions, under one roof to share insights and knowledge. At TIP, we have built a global community of companies working together to accelerate the development, deployment, and adoption of open, disaggregated, and standards-based technologies, to create more equitable and innovative networks. Fyuz aims to bear the fruit of this global community, delivered as an immersive, face-to-face event.”
A reminder of Fyuz 2022: the numbers
- Over 1,350 people attended in person
- Representation from over 60 countries
- More than 45% of attendees were senior level (Director and above)
- Over 30 exhibiting companies and 220+ conference and partner programme speakers
- Over 20% of conference speakers were female
- 51 hours of event content
TIP’s inaugural event last year, whetted the industry’s appetite, attracting over 1,350 attendees from sixty different countries to experience a fusion of food and technology; aiming to deliver the taste of connectivity. Delegates to last year’s show represented mobile operators and other service providers, vendors, systems integrators, regulators, investors, consultants, analysts, and the media, with over 45% of attendees holding senior positions. This year’s Fyuz event looks to replicate – and surpass – its previous success with further insight into how open and disaggregated networks are transforming the telecoms landscape and enabling the deployment of advanced connectivity solutions, sustainably.
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