London, UK, 07 December 2017 – Innovators and senior industry executives of the global subsea cable industry will be heading to Europe next year for Submarine Networks 2018, aiming to discuss the growing issues of this quickly developing market sector.
The event will host executives ranging from government authorities, consultants, cable manufacturers and operators. They will primarily cover three key topics that currently challenge the industry: new drivers of demand including content delivery, upgrading networks and improving cables, finance in areas such as cable management and funding new projects and finally, regulation of the marine environment.
“Subsea is increasingly important as demand for bandwidth explodes. Its role is only going to become even more important as we move into IoT and 5G, so this event has come at a critical time,” said Total Telecom Managing Director, Rob Chambers.
Speakers taking part in the event include Chairman & CEO of Seaborn Networks, Larry Shwartz, CEO of Deep Blue Cable, Stephen Scott, CEO of Aqua Comms, Nigel Bayliff, and Executive Chairman of Ireland-France Subsea Cable, Mike Cunningham. They are joined by similarly senior executives from companies including Telia Carrier, Virgin Media, Turk Telecom International, EllaLink, TI Sparkle, Microsoft, Cinia Group Oy and Tunisie Telecom.
Taking place between 20-21 February at the Hilton Tower Bridge in London, the first day’s agenda will include topics such as current and popular business models, the rise of the content provider and potential finance and investment opportunities, including its challenges. The second day’s agenda will highlight regulation and cyber security as well as take a look to the future to see what might happen next for subsea communications.
For more information about Submarine Networks Europe 2018 visit: http://www.terrapinn.com/conference/submarine-networks-world-europe/index.stm
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