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Submarine Networks World Sets to Welcome Global Subsea Communications Leaders for its Biggest Edition

Submarine Networks World, the largest annual gathering of subsea communications leaders in the world, is set to welcome its largest delegation to date this September 27–28, 2023, in Singapore.

More than 800 cable owners, operators, consortium members, solution providers, technology innovators and their partners hailing from over 50 countries will be in attendance at Suntec Convention & Exhibition Centre to reconnect and discover the latest trends and opportunities in subsea communications projects.

“The stage is set for our biggest and best edition of Submarine Networks World yet”, says Paul Clark, Managing Director – Asia for Terrapinn. “We’re bringing together a ‘Who’s Who’ of the global subsea communications industry, so it’s no surprise that this is where business gets done. Whether it’s re-connecting with old friends, identifying new cable or consortium opportunities or making sure you’re on the pulse of this vital industry, our 2023 edition is going to break records”.

Over 50 sponsors, exhibitors and partners will be showcasing their latest technology innovations, including Title Sponsor Infinera, Platinum Sponsor Ciena and Gold Sponsors Alcatel Submarine Networks and HMN Tech.

Across four different content themes (Strategy, Technology, Operations & Maintenance, Data Centre & CLS) and blockbuster keynotes, attendees will hear from more than 120 true leaders in the space, including:

  • Steve Alexander, SVP and CTO, Ciena Limited
  • Xiao Lei Wu, EVP, China Telecom Global
  • Walid Wakim, CTO, Infinera
  • Carine Romanetti, Head of Networks Strategy and Submarine Systems, Orange
  • Rosalind Thomas, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, SAEx International
  • Enrico Bagnasco, Chief Executive Officer, Sparkle
  • Mohamed Nasr, Chief Executive Officer, Telecom Egypt
  • Anthony Voscarides, Group Chief Executive Officer,

There will be a special keynote address on the role of ChatGPT and AI from Laurel Papworth, Lecturer in AI, The Australian Institute of Management

CT Bureau

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