SubOptic 2023, the industry-renowned triennial submarine telecoms conference kicks off next week in Bangkok, Thailand from 13-16 March 2023. The SubOptic conference is the submarine cable industry’s longest running and most comprehensive conference series, and this year’s theme—Navigating the Open Seas: Collaboration on our Critical Infrastructure—sets out a full agenda of discussion points.
As part of a multi-phase construction project, Ocean Specialists, Inc. (OSI) recently completed the first of a series of bathymetric surveys in support of a Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command (NAVFAC) construction project at Naval Station Newport Rhode Island.
Last month, a team of seasoned subsea engineering specialists from OSI attended the Pacific Telecommunications Conference, PTC’23, in Hawaii from January 14-19. PTC’s annual gathering is a strategic springboard for the global communications industry, providing all attendees with a four-day platform to focus on planning, networking, and discussing what lies ahead for the ICT industry.
One of the telecommunications industry’s largest conferences, Pacific Telecommunications Conference (PTC), is due to take place in Hawaii next week. As always, the event will be attended by a team of sector experts from Ocean Specialists Inc. (OSI) led by the longtime Director of Network Operations and now company President Perry Wright. He will be accompanied by Dave Willoughby, Managing Director of Operations and Tony Mosley, Director of Business Development.
Tony Mosley, OSI’s Director of Business Development, participated in a keynote panel discussion—Protecting the population? Submarine cables for environmental sensing—at Submarine Networks World 2022 on September 8 in Singapore.
In the digital age, submarine fiber optic cables have proven indispensable. An insatiable global demand for bandwidth, driven by an irrepressible appetite for online content, commerce, and other internet-dependent activities, continues to outperform the already bullish year-on-year market expectations.
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