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Broadband services will be the main focus of an upcoming forum which will be held in East Anglia.

The Digital Communications Knowledge Transfer Network and IP-City Network have come together to put on an event entitled The Future of Broadband Services in the Eastern Region.

Held in Ipswich on Thursday, March 26th, the occasion will feature a speech from Paul May, the executive director of innovation for East of England Development Agency.

Similar forums are scheduled to be held in other areas of the country this year, in the hope of stimulating constructive debate on the future use of broadband technology.

The organisers told the Cambridge Network: "These forums will be focused on service rather than technology: the purpose will be to establish what services people (consumers, business, government) want now and in the future from broadband, how much they value them and what bandwidth and quality of service will be required."

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