5 of the best video interviews from the Broadband World Forum

In no particular order, here are five of the best video interviews conducted with speakers (and others) at this year’s Broadband World Forum. 

1. Evan Greer, Campaign Director, Fight For The Future

Actually if we say ‘no particular order’ — we’re being at least a little polite. At least with regards to number one, which is definitely our favourite.

Evan Greer helped lead the victorious campaign to enshrine net neutrality into US law, and here we were able to chat to Evan about this campaign, and about what we can expect from the current stable of US presidential hopefuls.

2. Hossam Salib, VP Access Technology Strategy, Comcast Cable

Where else but at the Broadband World Forum would you expect to see representatives from Fight for the Future rubbing shoulders with leading execs from the likes of Comcast? So who could resist having Greer followed by Comcast’s Hossam Salib?

3. Mansoor Hanif, Director of Radio Access Networks, EE

EE’s Mansoor Hanif always offers unerring insight into the future of our networks, and this chat was no exception. However. it gains additional interest by taking place before the EE/BT deal received its provisional go-ahead — here Mansoor also speaks about what it’s been like for EE functioning in the midst of such a pregnant interim.

4. Kalman Tiboldi, Chief Business Innovation Officer, TVH Belgium

We hear a great deal about how the IoT is going to change the world — Kalman Tiboldi gives us a rare glimpse into precisely how (at least for industrial giant TVH Belgium).

5. Trevor Linney, Head of Access Network Research, BT

BT’s G.fast demo was one of the hottest tickets at this year’s event. The following quick Q&A sees Trevor Linney recount what it was like on the other sides of the crowds flocking to see it in action.

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