Dublin, Ireland – Aqua Comms DAC (“Aqua Comms”), the operator of Ireland’s first dedicated subsea fibre-optic network interconnecting New York, Dublin and London, announces today that its CEO, Nigel Bayliff, will speak at Subsea Connect 2017 in Marseille, France. During the opening keynote panel session, “Exploring the Outcomes and Offerings of New and Diverse Global Subsea Cable Routes,” Mr. Bayliff will join executives from Ciena, Orange International Carriers, Seaborn Networks and Sparkle to discuss the driving forces behind the selection of new routes, an update on cables that are currently under construction or approaching their launch date, and what the new routes offer in terms of meeting capacity and low latency demands. The panel will take place as Aqua Comms begins formal survey work to develop CeltixConnect-2, a new, diverse and high capacity subsea cable system crossing the Irish Sea from Dublin to Manchester and connecting to the Isle of Man.
|WHAT:||Opening Keynote Panel Discussion:|
“Exploring the Outcomes and Offerings of New and Diverse Global Subsea Cable Routes”
|WHERE:||Subsea Connect 2017|
|WHEN:||Tuesday, July 11, 2017 9:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.|
|WHO:||Panel members will include:|
– Nigel Bayliff, CEO of Aqua Comms
About Aqua Comms DAC
Aqua Comms DAC is the owner and operator of the transatlantic cable AEConnect and the Irish Sea cable CeltixConnect-1, and was established with a vision to build, acquire or merge with subsea fibre-optic cable networks to provide capacity networking solutions to the global media, content providers and IT companies. To learn more about Aqua Comms and its new transatlantic subsea cable system, AEConnect, visit www.AquaComms.com.
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