28 September 2022
CRU is delighted to be holding the 8th CRU World Optical Fibre & Cable Conference in Europe for the first time. Prysmian, one of the largest producers of electrical cable […]
CRU is delighted to be holding the 8th CRU World Optical Fibre & Cable Conference in Europe for the first time. Prysmian, one of the largest producers of electrical cable and optical fibre for use in the energy and telecom sectors, is set to host the gathering in Milan.
This strategic event attracts telecom network executives, manufacturers, solution providers, and industry innovators from the optical fibre community; and this year marks a return to a live, in-person gathering, following two years of successful virtual meetings.
Since its inception in 2015, the conference has been supported by many of world’s leading fibre and cable producers including YOFC and Futong Group in China, and Corning when the event was taken to the US in 2019.
Attendees value the excellent networking opportunities with hard-to-reach, decision-makers, and the chance to hear key insights on the challenges and market trends shaping the industry.
Michael Finch, CRU’s Head of Wire and Cable Analysis comments:
“Despite robust growth for optical cable demand over the coming five years, the industry faces a number of significant challenges threatening to disrupt the rapid scale of growth and ability to meet this demand. The persistent issue of a tight labour market is now beginning to constrain cable deployment in the US, which may also rollover to the European market in the coming quarters. Other challenges relate to raw material supply constraints, rising input costs and elevated deployment costs – again all acting as notable headwinds when it comes to the speed of both private and public network construction.”
CRU’s World Optical Fibre & Cable 2022 provides the perfect setting for industry thought leaders to discuss these challenges and to look for resolutions or alternative ways forward. The conference is also the perfect springboard to present ideas, technological innovations and improved sustainable practices which will help the industry to evolve, adapt and grow despite future challenges.
The three-day event, packed with presentations from executive-level speakers and thought-leaders. Industry experts leading the discussions in Milan include:
The event also offers an accompanying exhibition showcasing the latest technologies and service solutions for the industry.
CRU’s World Optical Fibre & Cable 2022 Conference will be held on 7-9 November in Milan, Italy and also live streamed virtually.
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