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Capacity Europe

Capacity Europe

7th - 9th November, Pullman Montparnasse Hotel, Paris

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Capacity Europe has taken the wholesale industry by storm and has become the largest gathering for the telecommunications industry to reaffirm and establish new business partnerships within wholesale voice, data, enterprise and mobile divisions.

To book arrange a meeting with our specialists email Andrew Partridge or Ruth Kennedy.

With 1,726 attendees representing 469 companies from 77countries in 2015, the event is now recognised as a pivotal and essential meeting point for all businesses with carriers, service providers, ICTs, OTTs, data centres, VoIP providers, vendors and enterprises all in attendance.

TalkTalk Business will be in attendance, showcasing our Carrier Voice & Data products that run on our Next Generation Network; one of the largest in the UK, reaching over 95% of the population.

To book arrange a meeting with our specialists email Andrew Partridge or Ruth Kennedy.

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Pullman Montparnasse Hotel

Paris
France

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