FTTH Awards 2022

Three FTTH Awards will be presented at the next FTTH Conference 2022 on 30 March: Individual Award, Operator Award and Charles Kao Award. The nomination process closed on 14 January 2022; register now to the FTTH Conference 2022 to attend the FTTH Award ceremony.

Special and
prestigious
Awards

The FTTH Awards recognise the outstanding support of an operator and individuals that have actively contributed to the acceleration of FTTH in Europe.
 

If you wish to learn more about the nomination process, please read the FTTH Awards 2022 Terms & Conditions.

Interested in attending the FTTH Award ceremony? Register now to the FTTH Conference 2022

FTTH Awards
Categories
for 2022

The Individual Award honours a single person for their unique efforts to make FTTH happen in Europe

The Operator Award acknowledges an operator company that has significantly contributed to the development and roll-out of FTTH in Europe

The Charles Kao Award honours an individual who has made an outstanding life-long achievement and contribution to promoting full fibre connectivity (globally, but particularly in Europe)


Winners will be announced on 30 March 2022 during the FTTH Conference 2022, taking place in Vienna, Austria.

The FTTH Awards cover three categories

FTTH Operator Award

FTTH Operator Award

This award is given to an operator company that has made a clear decision in favour of FTTH in Europe. The winner will be selected not only based on the size of the network and investment made but also on factors such as the economic, political and competitive environment for driving FTTH roll-out.

FTTH Individual Award

FTTH Individual Award

This award honours an individual for the special efforts made to enable FTTH in Europe. The nominee can be a manager who has made a clear decision to support FTTH roll-out; a technician for implementing a new technology solution for FTTH or a decision maker who has contributed to creating a favourable environment for FTTH.

Charles Kao Award

Charles Kao Award

Created in honour of fibre pioneer Professor Sir Charles Kuen Kao ,who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2009 for "ground-breaking achievements concerning the transmission of light in fibres for optical communication, this award is presented to an individual who has made an outstanding life-long achievement and contribution to promoting full fibre connectivity.

The FTTH Award process

  • The FTTH Award nomination process happens online and is open to all
  • Election by the FTTH Awards Committee
  • Presentation of the winners at the FTTH Conference 2022

 

 

Take part in the
FTTH Awards 2022
ceremony

Winners will be announced on 30 March 2022 during the FTTH Conference 2022, taking place in Vienna, Austria. Targeting 3,500+ participants from 1,000+ companies and over 100 countries, the FTTH Conference is the largest meeting place in the world for broadband stakeholders!

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Winners from FTTH Virtual Conference 2020

Operator Award

Operator Award

Telefónica Spain

(In the picture: Enrique Blanco, Global CTIO of Telefónica)

Individual Award

Individual Award

Jordi Nieuwenhuis, former Executive Director and Co-founder, Deutsche Glasfaser

Charles Kao Award

Charles Kao Award

Maria Jesús Almazor Marsal, COO of Telefónica Spain

Winners from FTTH Conference 2019, Amsterdam

Operator Award

Operator Award

Orange Spain

Individual Award

Individual Award

Dana Tobak, Chief Executive Office of Hyperoptic

Charles Kao Award

Charles Kao Award

Greg Mesch, Chief Executive Officer of CityFibre