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euNetworks in Partnership with Capacity Media Announce the LambdaNet Forum 2013

euNetworks, in partnership with TelCap Ltd (owner of Capacity Media and Capacity Conferences) are proud to announce that the LambdaNet Forum 2013 will take place on 25 and 26 February 2013 in the Radisson Blu Hotel in Frankfurt.

The LambdaNet Forum has been running for 12 years and provides a valuable opportunity for executives from the German telecoms ecosystem to connect and do business with industry peers and to debate the latest industry trends. Professor Boecker from Boecker Ziemen Management Consultants, has been the event chair every year since its inception and will again be the chair in 2013.

“The LamdaNet Forum is a well-established platform where the latest trends in the telecommunications market are discussed,” said Professor Boecker. “It provides a neutral framework to consider different perspectives and develop business strategies. “Being able to address the most topical issues faced by this industry today, both through the agenda and the numerous networking opportunities, is invaluable in today’s market.”

As a well-respected industry event with a loyal attendee base, euNetworks wanted to ensure the event continued and selected Capacity Media, a niche B2B events and publishing business in the wholesale telecommunications sector, to take over the running and organisation of the event.

”We understand the importance of the LambdaNet Forum to the industry and as I stated in February at the Forum, euNetworks is committed to ensuring the continued development of it in 2013 and years to come”, said Uwe Nickl, Chief Marketing Officer of euNetworks. “I am delighted that Capacity Conferences are taking on the delivery of the Forum and excited for the opportunity this gives to the German and European telecommunications industry.”

Capacity Conferences hold a series of 15 events around the globe which bring together regional carrier communities to do business and discuss the latest industry innovations. In relation to the new addition to their portfolio:

“With over 12 years of experience in providing events which contain the right mix of business critical information, and effective networking platforms for the international wholesale telecoms market, we will bring event expertise, industry knowledge and most importantly neutrality to the LambdaNet Forum,” said Rhian Collinson, Head of Conferences, Capacity Media. “Our philosophy is to enter a new market with a long-term approach and to provide real value to our customers and respond to their needs. As an event which has real value for the industry, we are delighted that with our involvement, the LambdaNet forum can continue.”

To find out more about the LambdaNet Forum 2013, or if you are interested in sponsorship or speaking opportunities, please contact Rhian Collinson, Head of Conferences, Capacity Media email: [email protected]. To register for the forum, go to or contact Rhian.

About euNetworks

euNetworks Group Limited (SGX: H23:SI) is a bandwidth infrastructure provider, owning and operating 13 fibre based metropolitan networks across Europe connected with a high capacity intercity backbone covering 38 cities in 9 countries. The Company offers a portfolio of metropolitan and long haul services including Colocation, Dark Fibre, Metro Wavelengths, Wavelengths, Ethernet, and Internet. Enterprise and carrier customers benefit from euNetworks’ unique inventory of fibre and duct based assets that are tailored to fulfil their high bandwidth needs.

euNetworks Group Limited is headquartered in London and publicly listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange. For further information please visit

On 31 May 2011, euNetworks GmbH, a subsidiary of euNetworks Group Limited, acquired LambdaNet Communications Deutschland GmbH. Included in this acquisition was the LambdaNet Forum. euNetworks delivered the Forum in February 2012 and committed to ensuring a model was implemented to ensure it continued.

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