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Broadband in Wales - will it deliver the economic and social benefits the country needs?

The Digital Communications KTN in collaboration with BT and Cardiff City Council will host an event in Cardiff on March 24, givi

16 March 2010 - The Digital Communications KTN in collaboration with BT and Cardiff City Council will host an event on March 24 at BT Cardiff International Data Centre, Ty Cynnal, Watkiss Way, Cardiff, CF11 0SW.

 

This event gives you the opportunity to have your say on what the future of Broadband services should be in the Cardiff area and throughout Wales.

This is a highly topical subject at the moment in the light of the 'Digital Britain' report. Whether provider or potential user of this new level of broadband service, we would very much welcome your views and feel that you could contribute greatly to the success of the event. At the same time, this provides you with the opportunity to shape the future of broadband to meet the needs of your business.

 

With 73% of people now feeling that broadband is as important a utility as electricity or water the views of users about future services are important. This forum provides broadband users the opportunity to hear about the future for broadband access and services and to give input on their interests and needs. This event is one of several being held in regions of the UK and the output will be used to inform service providers, government and regulators about the services and packages that people will want as higher-speed access becomes generally available.

 

Our presenters will set out their view of the future for broadband technology and services. Participants will then be invited to join the debate to help to formulate a view of the future landscape of services by joining one of three facilitated workshop groups (small business benefit; content & media; working from home). The information recorded from these groups will be combined with output from other regions and will be used to inform the industry debate on the technologies, architectures and industry structures needed to deliver future services.

 

To register for the event please go to: http://digital-communications-ktn.org/tinc?key=d95cAHGK&formname=BBCardiff

 

Contact:

Eddie Murphy

Digital Communications KTN

Tel: 07966 404 813

E: eddie.murphy[at]dcktn[dot]org.uk

 

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