NextGen - through its global activities and events - enables and facilitates better understanding of the environmental, social and economic components of sustainable development.
VenturaNext designs, builds and manages incredibly efficient and profitable operations for network owners who lack the time, expertise or confidence to exploit their own passive network asset - helping them to increase take-up, generate higher revenues and deliver world-class services to users.
Our team has the systems and skills to deliver state-of-the-art FTTH solutions building on our Swedish heritage in delivering FTTH networks since 1999 - including creating and powering a fibre operator rated number four in the World for service value.
We’ll share experience from being lead consultants to many world-class FTTH/NGA networks including a ‘mini’ NBN and the World’s first ‘gigabit everywhere’ incumbent.
What works and what doesn't in deploying infrastructure in the UK
Events will take place throughout 2016 - get in touch if you'd like to host or take part.
"It was a lovely day spent debating and discussing - enjoyed it tremendously." John Lee - Access Architect Strategy and Architecture Vodafone Technology Network.
Hear the lessons and learn from direct experience of:
Richard Jones - Chief Commercial Officer VenturaNext and a partner in consulting firm Ventura Team - will discuss business models that work (and those that don’t) based on experience from being lead consultant to many world-class FTTH/NGA networks including a ‘mini’ NBN and the World’s first ‘gigabit everywhere’ incumbent. He is responsible for planning, deploying and running networks ranging from incumbents to alternative operators, from electricity companies to wastewater companies, from Kazakhstan to the Caribbean and from the Arctic Circle to the Southern tip of Africa.
Pragmatic, Learning from Real World Examples - not Out-Dated Views and Theories
For property developers, M&E consultants, planners, infrastructure developers, telecoms professionals (incumbents and altnets) and regional and city economic & community strategists, this is an opportunity to re-appraise the assumptions and consider afresh how to future-proof digital infrastructures to achieve economic and social benefits – without risking public sector resources.