Live Webinar: UFB and the Future of Fibre
Connection details will be sent to those registered on Thursday afternoon.
Join the webinar just before 4pm here.
Where would we be now without UFB?
Clearly the decisions made about connectivity and fibre a few years back unknowingly prepared New Zealand for the Covid-19 pandemic. With remote technology uptake at an all-time high now, what does the future hold?
Join Chorus' Network Strategy Manager Kurt Rodgers as he talks through the UFB rollout (the good, the bad and the ugly), the massive rise in data consumption, HyperFibre, and the future of connectivity in New Zealand. This will be a hugely interesting talk.
As always, there'll be plenty of time for Q&A, with ITP CEO Paul Matthews putting your questions to Kurt.
The session will kick off with ITP's Tech Media Panel talking through the big tech news of the week.
ITP Thursday Live Webinar
ITP's magazine-style regular fortnightly Thursday Live Webinars feature the awesome TechBlog Live Tech Media Panel plus a special guest or panel each session.
These webinars are fully interactive, with heaps of time set aside for Q&A.
4.00pm: TechBlog Live - Tech Media Panel
The Thursday Live webinar will kick off with a chat with our Tech Media Panel, giving a quick roundup of this week's big stories on TechBlog and elsewhere.
This week's Tech Media Panel features:
The team are a "who's who" of tech journalism in New Zealand over many years. They know their stuff and between them have edited or covered tech for many household name publications in NZ.
4.20pm: UFB and the Future of Fibre
Kurt Rodgers will talk through the UFB (the good, the bad and the ugly) and a look to the future of Fibre and connectivity in New Zealand.
4.40pm: Q&A with Kurt
Your questions will be put to Kurt by ITP CEO Paul Matthews.
5.00pm: Done and dusted
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The ITP Thursday Live Webinar, broadcast live every second Thursday, is free for everyone however numbers are limited and registration is essential. Please register below.
Please note that this session may be video or audio recorded for viewing by other members at a later date. As it is possible that audience members may be incidentally recorded, please let us know if you specifically want to be excluded and we will ensure you are not shown.