FTTH Council Europe names new board president, members

Monday 2 April 2012 | 06:44 CET | News
The FTTH Council Europe elected Karin Ahl as its new president of the board at its general assembly on 28 and 29 March, which took place in Amsterdam. The Council also also elected seven board members. Ahl will succeed Chris Holden, who steps down at the end of his maximum term. The Council plans to continue its 'Why fibre?' and 'How fibre?' strategy adopted last year while also broadening the scope of its activities. Ahl said that the Council's new 'World of Applications' initiative would prove what FTTH can enable and that it would address end consumers as well as policy makers to create a

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Companies: Cisco / FTTH Council Europe / Genexis / NOKIASUS-20401-Newsfeed / Prysmian
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