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In an increasingly digitalized world, submarine cables are essential to ensuring that global networks are well interlinked to support modern data traffic. Navigating the open seas becomes the top priority as the industry comes together to collaborate on critical infrastructure to address the demands of digital economies.

The renowned submarine industry conference, SubOptic 2023, will take place from March 13–16 in Bangkok, Thailand. The SubOptic conference, which happens every three years, is the longest-running and most comprehensive conference series in the world for the submarine cable sector.

SupOptic 2023 will bring the submarine industry together to discuss seven key subjects, including networks of the future, cloud and network operations, wet technology, dry technology, oil & gas and more.

Highlights include keynote speeches from experts worldwide; topic-focused panel discussions; interactive roundtables and masterclasses; as well as networking opportunities for the industry.

Speakers include:

Thomas E. Abell, Advisor, SDCC, and Chief of Digital Technology for Development, Sustainable Development and Climate Change Department, Asian Development Bank

Urs Hölzle, Vice President of Engineering, Google

Francois-Xavier Abrial, Alcatel Submarine Networks

Erlend Andersen, Technical Manager, Nexans Norway AS

Aneesha Baby, Product Manager, Cisco

Geoff Bennett, Director, Solutions and Technology, Infinera

Katherine Edwards, Senior Manager, Subsea Investments, Vodafone

The event promises to showcase the most cutting-edge subsea technologies and a multitude of networking possibilities, promising to convene industry thought leaders and stakeholders with four specialized networking sessions.

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