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About Wuhan

Wuhan is home to many of the world’s leading optical communications companies; the city has become synonymous with the latest advances in telecom technologies. 

Known as the ‘thoroughfare to nine provinces’ Wuhan boasts impressive logistical credentials. These geo-economic advantages have been exploited to build an impressive manufacturing base in the region, known as the China Optics Valley, in Wuhan. In this way, Wuhan continues to be the most important hub for the fiber optic industry in China, and the largest market for fiber optic cable in the world.

FTTH APAC 2019 will bring you to the doorstep of many of the world’s leading optical communications companies, including this year's Host Sponsor, YOFC.


Hilton Wuhan Optics Valley Hotel
9 Chunhe Road
Huashan Eco City East Lake High Tech Dev Zone 

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Landscaped gardens, lush greenery, and a stunning location on the southeast edge of Yanxi Lake set the scene at Hilton Wuhan Optics Valley. The hotel offers easy access to the city, and the Optics Valley Central Business District is just a 25-minute drive away. With six restaurants and bars, tennis and basketball courts, indoor and outdoor pools, children’s play areas, a spa, and much more, the hotel offers amenities to keep the whole family entertained. What’s more, every room offers a beautiful view over the swimming pools or the lake.

** !! WARNING !! **CRU has not, and would never, appoint an agency to handle hotel bedroom sales on our behalf. We block a number of rooms for our event which you can directly book via a special web link at a preferred conference rate, which will be sent to you once you have registered. If you are approached by a company called "Expo Housing Service" or "Convention Housing Services" or "Exhibition Housing Services", or "EHRS" for bedroom bookings – these companies are NOT recommended by CRU - we strongly advise that you do NOT book any rooms with them. They cannot guarantee your booking and may charge you with additional fees that make them more expensive than they pretend to be.