Eleven new, amazing speakers are on the Submarine Networks World 2019 agenda!
Submarine Networks World is held every year in Singapore and is the world’s largest annual gathering of subsea communications leaders. Cable owners, investors and operators from many of the world’s latest and most exciting cable projects will be presenting at Submarine Networks World. Here are the latest speaker additions:
- Vinay Nagpal, President of InterGlobix, Co-Founder and Member of QTS Richmond NAP and Founding Member & Secretary of Internet Ecosystem Innovation Committee (IEIC)
- Aileen Chia, Assistant CEO (Connectivity and Competition), Director-General (Telecoms and Post)¸ IMDA – the global leading legislative body on subsea cables
- Herve Fevrier, Global Optical Architecture, Facebook – driving the change in the subsea cable industry
- Mike Constable, CEO, Huawei Marine – deploying in excess of 50,000km of new build systems in addition to numerous upgrades to successfully execute over 90 individual projects.
- Jamil AL Koussa, Senior Manager Capacity and Subsea Cables, Omantel – investing in 20 international subsea cables that serve areas covering more than 5 billion of the world’s population
- Leonardo Cerciello, VP Sales for Asia, Middle East and Africa Region, Telecom Italia Sparkle – regional backbone off the Mediterranean basis
- Graham Evans, Vice President, ICPC – international submarine cable authority providing leadership and guidance on issues related to submarine cable security and reliability
- Erling Aronsveen, CEO, Celtic Norse AS – provide new fibre connectivity, and new opportunities for the growing data centre industry.
- Nick SIM Chin Hock, Director – Network Planning, Starhub – partnering with leading telecommunications companies internationally to provide international connectivity to emerging markets
- Michael Ruddy, Director of International Research, Terabit Consulting – lighting the way to bandwidth equality: the role of submarine connectivity in bridging the bandwidth divide
- Pablo Kang, Head of the Undersea Task Force, Australia Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade – the driving force and principal funder for the Coral Sea Cable from Sydney to Solomon Is and PNG as well a new domestic cable in the Solomons
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