Weezie is set to showcase its fiber network management software at ANGA COM 2023 in Cologne, Germany, May 23-25. The event will bring together network operators, vendors, and content providers on all issues of broadband and media distribution.
Weezie will demonstrate the capabilities and benefits of its software for network operators looking to streamline their fiber network management processes and improve the overall customer experience at ANGA COM. In addition, Weezie experts (CEO, VP of Sales and Marketing, and COO) will be available to answer questions and provide guidance to attendees on optimizing their fiber network operations using our cutting-edge software.
As the premier conference for network operators, vendors, and content providers in the broadband and media distribution sector, the main topics in the field will be covered, including Gigabit networks, FTTX, 5G, OTT, AppTV, Cloud TV, Video Streaming, Smart City and Smart Home.
ANGA COM is organized by ANGA Services GmbH, a subsidiary of ANGA The Broadband Association. The association represents more than 200 companies in the German broadband business, who supply more than 40 million consumers with telecommunications services in Germany.
Optimizing Fiber Networks: An All-in-One Solution
Weezie’s software solution enables the digitalization and automation of the traditional work of managing fiber optic networks, offering telecom companies software that provides the best experience to the end customer. This solution not only reduces working time by 60% compared to the traditional format but also reduces fiber deployment incidents by 90%.
Weezie Fiber integrates in a single digital ecosystem the planning, execution, control, and management team in order to offer the best experience to the final customer.
In business for six years and deployed in five different countries, this fiber network management software has helped its customers deliver fiber to more than 50 million homes worldwide.
Recapping ANGA COM 2022
The previous ANGA COM conference had 390 exhibitors from 33 countries and more than 18,000 participants from 82 countries.