Biola Alabi at Submarine Networks World Africa 2012
Biola Alabi
Director
Mnet Africa
Valentine Amadi at Submarine Networks World Africa 2012

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Valentine Amadi
Senior Manager: Network Rollout
Etisalat Nigeria
Salim Amin at Submarine Networks World Africa 2012

Salim Amin is Chairman of Camerapix, founder and Chairman of The Mohamed Amin Foundation and co-founder and Chairman of A24 Media. In 1963, world-renowned photographer, cameraman and publisher, Mohamed "Mo" Amin, launched Camerapix from a small shop in Dar es

Salim Amin
Chairman
Africa 24 Media Ltd
Aidan Baigrie at Submarine Networks World Africa 2012

Aidan joined SEACOM as Head of Business Development in early 2009. Previously in management consulting, Aidan developed and implemented a number of launch strategies for mobile operators in the Middle East and Africa. He also worked in South Africa consulting to several…more ›

Aidan Baigrie
Head: Business Development
SEACOM
Nicholas Baravalle at Submarine Networks World Africa 2012
Nicholas Baravalle
VP: Sales, Africa
SES
 
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Africa's only submarine and fibre optics exhibition and conference
 

Submarine Networks World Africa is about the opportunities that the outlay in fibre projects has presented to the African continent.

Focused on decision makers from the telecom sector, this event brings together the entire submarine supply chain – from the fibre owners and operators, telecom operators, carriers, suppliers, investors, and regulators!

Sponsors

Diamond Sponsor
SES at Submarine Networks World Africa 2012
Platinum Sponsor
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Platinum sponsor
O3B Networks at Submarine Networks World Africa 2012
Gold Sponsor
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Gold Sponsor
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Silver Sponsor
Hughes Network Systems at Submarine Networks World Africa 2012
 
 

Stats from 2011:

  • 1850 plus visitors
  • 29 sponsors
  • 49 exhibitors
  • 74 conference delegates

Who should exhibit:

  • Cable / System Owners
  • Wholesalers and carriers
  • Marine Engineers and surveyors
  • Consultants and investment firms
  • System Suppliers/ integrators
  • Cabling suppliers and manufacturers

Reasons to attend:

  • Fibre connectivity – moving capacity inland
  • Fibre and Satellite – integrate  networks for wholesale delivery  
  • Last mile access – FTTx
  • International backhaul and connectivity
  • Business models

Who attends:

  • Chief Technology Officers
  • Network Directors
  • Technical Directors
  • Heads of International Carrier Business
  • Heads of Bandwidth and Capacity
  • Heads of International Sales
  • Heads of Communication
network at satcom africa
 

Bringing together the complete telecoms value chain

Demand for communications and internet access in Africa is growing at an insatiable rate. Satellite and fibre provide the solution to decreasing strain on Africa’s fixed infrastructure and unique terrain.

SatCom Africa, Telecoms World Africa, Submarine Networks World Africa and The TV Show Africa bring together top level executives who develop, operate and invest in the African communications industry.

 
tv show 

Co-located with The TV Show Africa

The TV Show Africa is about multiplatform TV innovation for media, telcos, advertising and business.
 
This innovative event will cover key issues including:

  • The customer - driving demand and content
  • Multiplatform TV- IPTV and mobile TV innovation
  • Content and content delivery
  • Finance and investment
  • Innovation and technology
  • HDTV, 3D TV and online video
telecoms world africa 

Co-located with Telecoms World Africa
 

Telecoms World Africa is the event for telecom operators, ISP's and vendors focused on investment into infrastructure, technology and capacity.
 
Focusing on the hard issues driving telecoms expansion:

  • Explore market dynamics and investment potential
  • Discover cost-effective solutions for accessing remote and rural markets
  • Develop robust and reliable next generation networks
  • Keep abreast of technological trends and network developments
satcom 

Co-located with SatCom Africa
 

Satcom Africa is the largest satellite communication conference and exhibition focusing specifically on the needs of the African continent.
 

The main conference will address issues around:

How will Africa shape it’s satellite markets in the years to come, and will the market eventually supply optimal capacity?
Is satellite the best option for cost competitive networks?
Identifying potential high growth business regions
How will accessing untapped markets
Demand drivers – satellite as the gateway to new revenue generating services
Understanding how to deliver cost-effective solutions for connecting Africa
 

  

Co-located events:

  • SatCom Africa 2012
  • The TV Show Africa
  • Telecoms World Africa 2012

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Sponsors
Diamond Sponsor
SES at Submarine Networks World Africa 2012
Platinum Sponsor
Arabsat at Submarine Networks World Africa 2012
Platinum sponsor
O3B Networks at Submarine Networks World Africa 2012
Gold Sponsor
Eutelsat Communications S.A at Submarine Networks World Africa 2012
Gold Sponsor
Intelsat Corporation at Submarine Networks World Africa 2012
Silver Sponsor
Hughes Network Systems at Submarine Networks World Africa 2012