IQGeo is excited to announce that we will be attending Connected Germany 2023, the leading event for technology, regulation, and the investment environment for next-generation broadband.
Connected Germany will occur on December 5-6, 2023 at the International Congress Center Messe Munich.
Connected Germany is a must-attend event for anyone in the German broadband market. The event will feature over 1,500 delegates and 150 speakers, including leading experts, decision-makers, equipment suppliers, investors, and companies.
At Connected Germany, IQGeo will showcase our latest broadband network planning, design, and construction solutions.
Here are some of the specific ways that IQGeo's fiber network management software can help you achieve your business and broadband goals:
Network planning: IQGeo's network planning solutions help you to identify the best locations for new broadband infrastructure, taking into account factors such as population density, terrain, and existing infrastructure.
Network design: IQGeo's network design solutions help you to design broadband networks that are efficient, scalable, and reliable.
Network construction: IQGeo's network construction solutions combines digital ticket automation with geospatial network intelligence to help you build broadband networks quickly and cost-effectively.
Network operations: IQGeo's network operations solution provides you with real-time data about your network and assignments, delivering significant improvements in productivity, response times and customer service.
Meet IQGeo at stand 54.
IQGeo is committed to helping Germany achieve its broadband goals. We believe that broadband is essential for economic growth, social progress, and quality of life. Visit us at stand 54 at Connected Germany to discuss how we can help you achieve your fiber network business goals, or schedule a demo with us today. Our experts will guide you through our IQGeo enterprise solutions and Comsof Fiber automated planning and design software.
We look forward to seeing you at Connected Germany.