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Time to deploy.

Progress has been rapid since the ratification of the G.fast standard. Products are on the market, extensive field testing has taken place and early deployments have begun.

Great-Britain, Taiwan, Australia
and Brazil are already planning 35M homes. 100M G.fast/vectored homes is almost certain. 200M definitely in sight. If South Asia goes forward on landlines, 300M-400M homes remains possible.

Today, operators explore the business case for extending G.fast distance and integration to the FTTCabinet. Their target is to exploit existing copper infrastructure to overlay the desired ultra broadband services, but in the most scalable and manageable way possible. Rigid service activation, and time consuming homologation processes are vital to making those business cases stack up for the short and long term. G.fast shows there’s never been a better time to ‘unlock’ the closed nature of FTTx architectures.

But while the first generation G.fast systems become more and more mature and move towards deployments, it is time to think of the next steps in G.fast development.
The G.fast Summit has followed this technology since its begining and will provide, through its third edition an overview of the G.fast market, in terms of deployments, experimentations, standardization process and equipment providers offering.

As is the case every year, the most renowned G.fast experts will discuss and debate the hottest topics during the Summit, to be held in Paris CDG, from 18 to 20 May, 2016.

The agenda: early deployments and operational challenges

After a first tutorial day dedicated to current works at the BroadBand Forum and the ITU-T, the conference will start with a large opening led by BT, the European service providers most advanced in terms of deployment.
Following sessions will address the most crucial operational challenges, last test labs reports and G.fast next steps.



Telebyte Live Demonstration

Telebyte, the leader in G.fast testing, will present a live demonstration of G.fast using a Calix 16-port DPU and 4 Calix G.fast CPE’s in a laboratory test environment. Using their G.fast Cable Farm Automation Switch, Noise Generator and Analyzer, Telebyte will show G.fast modem data rates at various loop lengths in the presence of real world noise (impulse noise, RFI, crosstalk and more). In addition they will perform tests from the Broadband Forum's ID-337 G.fast Certification test plan such as PSD Mask tests, TDD Timing measurements, Functional Tests, Stability tests, and Performance tests.


The Scientific Committee

       
Thomas Starr   Frank Van Der Putten   Hubert Mariotte   Bernard Dugerdil   Michael Timmers
                 
       
Dave Burstein   Rob van den Brink   Rami Verbin   Dong Wei   Rudi Frenzel
                 
             
Debu Pal   Uwe Schmidtke            
                 

Thomas Starr, BROADBAND FORUM, AT&T
Frank Van Der Putten, Rapporteur for the ITU-T SG15 Q4
Hubert Mariotte, xDSL Technology Expert, ORANGE
Bernard Dugerdil, Standard and Strategy Senior Consultant, FREESCALE SEMICONDUCTOR
Michael Timmers, NOKIA
Dave Burstein, Editor, FAST NET NEWS
Rob van den Brink, TNO
Rami Verbin, SCKIPIO
Dong Wei, HUAWEI
Rudi Frenzel, LANTIQ
Uwe Schmidtke, ADTRAN
Debu Pal, QUALCOMM



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