Meet and network with experts from regional and international carriers, OTTs, oil and gas as well as power and utilities companies to discuss the current challenges in building and utilising a strong subsea or submarine cable system. Plus, learn from these stakeholders on how to boost international connectivity, reduce bandwidth costs and strengthen strategic partnerships with international carriers.
Lessons Learnt from Cable Malfunctions
Subsea cables are extremely prone to damage and failure. These damages can cause substantial financial losses to the developers, reputational damage to the contractors and shadows doubts over the offshore wind energy as a reliable and safe technology. This article provides an overview of the most expensive and catastrophic cable damages that have occurred over the past few years.
Condition Monitoring for Subsea Cables
This article provides an overview of the different approaches, strategies, and solutions to condition monitoring for subsea cables in offshore wind farms.
Download the agenda-at-a-glance now and get a quick glimpse into the topics and sessions to be covered during the event to find out what’s in store for you.
Additional Event Information
Leading Worldwide Submarine Cable Projects
As demand for basic internet access and more advanced telecommunications services rapidly increased in both established and emerging markets worldwide, submarine cable projects are growing in scale and ambition. Download our infographic to discover the leading worldwide submarine cable projects that have been recently completed as well as those currently under construction.
Interview with Mohamed Nasr, AVP – EMEA Cable Development, PCCW Global
In this exclusive interview with IQPC, Mohammed Nasr, AVP – EMEA Cable Development at PCCW Global, shares his insights on the current cables projects he’s working on, plus, the challenges and opportunities in the Middle East cables industry.