Welcome to Digital Dales
2010 is finally beginning to see rural broadband and Fibre To The Home (FTTH) receiving the attention required to bring Britain into the fast lane for communications.
Colloquia - Informal, yet informative
Since 2001, Digital Dales has been holding events about rural connectivity and broadband in a variety of formats. These have ranged from small gatherings in village halls and offices (colloquia) to 400+ delegate conferences in London, Heathrow and Aviemore.
Colloquium 1 - 26th Febuary, 2010
Making the Final Third Happen
This is the first of three rural broadband colloquia planned for 2010. Subsequent events will be held in June and October. (Dates to be confirmed.)
Cost £50 per event or £100 for all three (payable in advance)
We would hope that everyone who wishes to attend can attend. Should the entrance fee prove a problem, please get in touch with Lindsey on ldotannisonatgmaildotcom. Digital Dales has a very strong community spirit and we have always had different prices for events in order to support the Travel Fund for community networks, the CANdo Awards, and to help community networks achieve what they are capable of.
REGISTRATION - SPACES ARE LIMITED - first come, first served!
Get your ticket now to avoid disappointment.
Thanks to Timico and Trefor Davies for generous sponsorship, this first colloquium will be held at Timico, Beacon Hill Park, Newark, Notts, NG24 2TN
Timico is an independent internet service provider supplying business strength IP solutions. Founded in 2004 by a highly experienced management team, Timico is a converged provider that offers a wide range of communication solutions including IP connectivity, hosting and web solutions, IT services, voice solutions, managed homeworking and mobile services. Timico aims to help increase the efficiency of customers' operations, and use its independence to deliver the most appropriate and best value services. In 2009 Timico were ranked 7th in the Deloitte Technology Fast 50.
Who should attend?
If you are in any way interested in
- rural communities
- open access networks
- solving the Final Third problem
- superfast broadband
- meeting the needs of the digital generation
- and working with other professionals, suppliers and grassroots who want to make Digital Britain a reality rather than a political football