Submarine Networks EMEA 2022, London 16-18 May

Submarine Networks EMEA

Submarine Networks EMEA – join three stellar subsea-focused events in one London venue for unparalleled networking experiences!

Running in conjunction with The Submarine Networks EMEA, the SubOptic Members’ Forum and Ciena’s ‘Vision of the Future’ Workshop will also be hosted at the Business Design Centre, in London from 16-18 May.  

This year’s programme is more jam-packed than ever with unmissable speakers from companies including:

Subsea Networks Ltd, Colt Technology Services, National Oceanography Centre, Islalink, European Subsea Cables Association, WIOCC, Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP, Pioneer Consulting, DLA Piper LLP, Irish Communication Research Group, Colt Technology Services, National Oceanography Centre, Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis LLP, Islalink, Cinturion Group, European Subsea Cables Association, WIOCC, Vinson & Elkins, Aqua Comms, SubOptic Association, Vodafone, Meta, TeleGeography, NEC Corporation, Ciena.

Submarine Networks EMEA brings together senior-level executives from across the region’s subsea cable industry to discuss strategy, innovation, opportunities and challenges for the sector. Attendees will include carriers, cable owners and operators, content providers, vendors and suppliers, consultants, lawyers, the investment community and more.

Gain invaluable knowledge and insight into industry-wide issues around subsea cable networks. Networking drinks will be served each evening! 

Situated in fashionable Islington, the Business Design Centre is London’s most stylish exhibition centre in the UK. Opened 26 years ago in 1986, and formerly the Royal Agricultural Hall, the building was rescued from demolition in 1981 by entrepreneur Sam Morris and was fully restored and re-opened as the UK’s first integrated trade, exhibition and conference complex.

Visit the Submarine Networks EMEA website to find out more and register –  

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