CC-Webinar.Live - 30th September 2021

 CC-Webinar.Live

CC is organising its next digital branded CC-Webinar.Live Panel Discussion and Knowledge Sharing Session sponsored by Seaborn, taking place on the 30th of September 2021. This webinar is a part of the CC TIS 2021 event on the 29th and 30th of September in Rome. Click HERE to visit the event page. During this session Seaborn will give a keynote presentation and join the panel discussion session addressing industry topic: New Business Models to meet cables and ISPs future connectivity and digital demand.

Should you require further details, please feel free to contact our team at: [email protected]. To register please visit the agenda below to click on the webinar link as soon as it is published and fill in the form.

 

ACTIVITIES & FEATURES
REASONS TO ATTEND CC-Webinar.Live - 30th September
  1. Cost-effective way to share industry knowledge with other CC members
  2. Present and discuss latest industry trends with peers during the discussion sessions moderated by CC
  3. Leverage on customized branded webinar sessions to present and share company latest product launch and news
  4. Creating new business relationships and contacts
  5. Flexibility as valuable Webinar content will be available through audio and video recordings.
AGENDA
30 September 2021
15:00 - 16:00 (CET Time Zone)
Discussion & Knowledge Sharing Session – CLICK HERE TO JOIN VIA CC-WEBINAR.LIVE - sponsored by Seaborn

Topic: New Business Models to meet cables and ISPs future connectivity and digital demand
SPEAKERS & PANELLISTS
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Panellist
Erik van Stokkom
Ambassador at CC & CCO at GTC
Biography

Based at Lago di Como in Italy, VSC provides strategic advisory services in M&A, Business Development & Media for the telecommunication industry. Over the last 25 years, Erik developed extensive expertise and deep domain knowledge working at major telecom companies. His international career includes senior & executive level positions. Over the years, Erik has been a regular speaker & moderator at major international telecom conferences.

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Keynote Speaker, Panellist
Andy Bax
Chief Operating Officer at Seaborn
Biography

Andy is Chief Operating Officer of Seaborn. He is responsible for leading all aspects of Seaborn’s global operations and engineering. Over the past three decades, Andy has developed and brought into operation numerous transoceanic and regional submarine cable systems connecting Africa, the Americas, Asia, Australia, Europe and the Middle East.

Andy previously served as Head of Regional Submarine Networks at Global Marine Systems, a preeminent subsea cable installation company. Prior to Global Marine, Andy was an early member of Global Crossing’s Network Team, where he brought into service all of Global Crossing’s submarine networks, and he led engineering and implementation of network upgrades and provisioning of customer circuits on the global submarine network. He also led planning, construction, and operation of Global Crossing’s global NOC

Andy began his submarine telecom career with FLAG (FEA Submarine System), where he was responsible for the successful commissioning and bringing into service of all 15 segments of the Europe to Asia submarine system and for the centralized management of the entire system from the FNOC in Fujairah, UAE.

Most recently, Andy led the project management for a new 1,240 km submarine fiber optic cable system linking Trinidad, Guyana and Suriname.

Andy served in the Royal Air Force where he received a degree in Electronic Engineering and Aerospace Studies, and thereafter entered the telecom industry with NYNEX in the UK.

 

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Panellist
René De Baerdemaeker
Director Supplier Management at Expereo
Biography

Director Supplier Management joined Expereo in 2015 but has been loving, living and breathing Internet since 14K4 modems in 1995 and still remembers the sound. Experience from content development to hardware distribution and from gaming to managed services. Always looking for partnerships with a win-win. Likes to keep things simple. Data-driven with a passion for automation. Fun fact: Loves to compare the quality of internet services with food and tailormade clothing.

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Panellist
Bernhard Pusch
Head of Global Internet Strategy at Telstra
Biography

Bernhard Pusch is Head of Global Internet Strategy at Telstra.

Based in Paris, Bernhard is responsible for developing and driving Telstra’s Internet business and peering activities globally. He joined Telstra in 2005, and prior to his current role was responsible for developing the wholesale business in Continental Europe, the Middle East and Africa as well as with European OTTs.

Bernhard has more than two decades of experience in IT and telecoms in Europe and Asia, spanning roles in sales, product management and marketing. Before joining Telstra, Bernhard was Sales Director for Global Accounts at Nortel, based in Hong Kong.

In November 2019 Bernhard was elected to serve on the supervisory board of AMS-IX (Amsterdam Internet Exchange) for 3 years.  He is currently a member of the finance committee there supervising reporting and forecasting processes.

Telecom Event CC-Webinar.Live - Speaker
Panellist
Artur Mendes
VP Sales at Angola Cables
Biography

Artur Mendes is the VP Sales of Angola Cables.

Artur has more than 20 years of experience within the global telecommunications industry.

Prior to joining Angola Cables in 2013, Artur spent 12 years working for Nokia, holding various positions at Nokia Mobile Phone and Nokia Multimedia Network Terminals. 

As VP Sales for Angola Cables, he is currently responsible for global strategy and business development on core company geographies plus, dealing with key customers, he drives the relationship while advising on best solutions and partnerships to achieve sales growth.

As a C-level representative he has a comprehensive understanding of the projects and global network value proposition:

The Monet subsea cable network which has been in operation since the end of 2017 that connects Santos, in São Paulo to Fortaleza, Brazil to Boca Raton in the USA.  

The recently commissioned South Atlantic Cable System (SACS) linking Luanda, Angola to Fortaleza in Brazil. The SACS cable is the first and fastest link between Africa and the Americas with the lowest latency and provides a more direct routing for internet traffic in the Southern Hemisphere.

The third project is the upgrade to the Angola Cable’s Tier III Data Centre in Praia do Futuro on the Ceará coast of Brazil. The data centre incorporates the SACS and Monet submarine cable landing stations. The advanced upgrades being made to the data and collocation centre are due to be completed in April 2019.



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