Nigel Bayliff | CEO
Aqua Comms Ltd | Ireland

Nigel Bayliff, CEO, Aqua Comms Ltd

Nigel Bayliff, CEO of Aqua Comms, is a global telecom industry veteran of 25-plus years' experience. He has been an advisor and consultant to cable development, private equity and government clients, and Vice-Chairman of the United Nations Joint Task Force that examined the gathering of disaster mitigation and climate information from the global web of undersea cable systems. Mr. Bayliff also served as CEO and board member of Huawei Marine Networks, where he introduced several major, technological advances into the marketplace. Previously, he was a member of the executive team of FLAG Telecom where he was an officer and deputy chairman for several group companies, and was responsible for the construction and operation of the FLAG Global Network, which encompasses 65,000 km of submarine cable systems and provides carrier-grade connectivity services to 40 countries. In 2006, he was elected as a Fellow of the UK Institute of Engineering Technology.
 

Appearances:



Day One @ 12:00

HAVFRUE/ America Europe Connect-2 (AEC-2)

Day Two @ 15:25

Panel: Redefining the meaning of hubs – how are new players changing the Internet’s topology?

  •     How are new players driving the decentralization of the Internet infrastructure? 
  •     How are data centres adapting to the evolving needs of their major customer groups?
  •     Where are the new data hubs or regional hubs of connectivity being developed today?
  •     How can cable owners and data centre operators collaborate to deliver more benefits beyond operational efficiency?
    o    Is there a move towards offering an integrated product? How can cable deployment be adapted to enhance data centre infrastructure? o    How can we better align the build timeline of subsea cables with that of data centres?
  •     What are the opportunities arising from an intensification of a data centre centric, global network topology?  

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