Capacity Middle East takes place from tomorrow, Tuesday 6th until Thursday 8th March 2018 in Dubai, UAE at Grand Hyatt Dubai with Pre Events functions today Monday 5th March 2018. Come and interact with WIOCC on this three-day conference and meet our representatives Chris Wood, CEO, Mike Last, CMO & VP, International Business Development and Rob Irvin, Director, Bid Management and Products.
Mike Last, WIOCC’s CMO, will share his expertise in one of today’s opening panel sessions about ‘Fueling cloud infrastructure demands through innovative subsea cable technologies‘ at 3.30pm – 4.40pm, alongside four other industry leaders including Jason Mcgee-Abe – Editor, Capacity Media being the moderator, Chris Bayly – Director of Global Wholesale Solutions, Colt Technology Services, Peter Zwinkels – VP of Submarine Sales, INFINERA and Mohamed Nasr – AVP, EMEA, Cable Development, PCCW GLOBAL.
Mike and Rob are meeting with the delegates to discuss partnerships with WIOCC for access to the most extensive fibre-optic network in Africa and tailored end-to-end connectivity solutions.
To book a meeting with the WIOCC team at the ongoing event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
WIOCC, Africa’s Carriers’ Carrier is present at Submarine Networks Europe being held in Hilton Tower Bridge, London today Tuesday 20th and tomorrow Wednesday 21st February 2018.
Chris Wood, WIOCC CEO takes out his crystal ball and shares his vision on what the next 5 years will bring for the subsea communications for the industry at Submarine Networks Europe, alongside four other industry leaders including Elaine Stafford – Managing Partner, DRG Undersea Consulting being the Moderator, Andrew Edilson – VP Wholesale, Colt Technology Services, Alasdair Wilkie – CTO, Deep Blue Cable and Byron Clatterbuck – CEO, SEACOM Ltd.
The panel is scheduled for Wednesday 21st (Day 2) at 09.10 (GMT) and is expected to focus on:
- Emerging markets: opportunities and challenges
- Who will be the next big players?
- The technologies changing the future of subsea networks
- Will it be more of the same in the next 5 years?
Chris Wood will be in the company of Mike Last, CMO & VP International Business Development and Rob Irvin, Director, Bid Management and Products. If you would like to get more insight on WIOCC offerings to the industry kindly contact email@example.com.
WIOCC, Africa’s Carriers’ Carrier is today present at Capacity Africa taking place at Kampala Serena Hotel, Kampala, Uganda. Make your way to Africa’s largest carrier event on the continent. With over 450+ senior-level executives representing Africa’s entire carrier community, Capacity Africa 2017 will deliver the ultimate platform to network with existing partners and establish new lucrative business partnerships. The WIOCC team is ready to tackle any complex challenge and deliver simple solutions.
Come and visit the WIOCC team at stand 10 and engage with Mike Last – VP, International Business Development, Darren Bedford – Director, Africa Business Development, Martin Mutiiria – Director, Africa-Sales. Natasha Mzungu – Regional Sales Manager – Southern Africa and Edilson Sixpene – Country Sales Manager, Mozambique.
To arrange a meeting for the two-day event with WIOCC please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Subsea Connect takes place from tomorrow, Tuesday 11th until Wednesday 12th July 2017 in Marseille. Mike Last, CMO & VP, International Business Development of Africa’s carriers’ carrier, WIOCC will be attending and participating in a panel discussion on ‘Africa – looking forward – How is the continent set to ride the waves as it gains increased subsea cable connectivity?’.
The panel is scheduled for Wednesday 12th July (Day 2) at 12:00 -12:50 pm, Q&A format, moderated by Andrew Lipman, Partner, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP. Other panellists include Artur Mendes (Angola Cables), Chris George (Google) and Byron Clatterbuck (Seacom).
Recent subsea cable rollouts increasing connectivity in Africa have been a key stimulator of economic growth on the continent, both for countries domestically and from a global perspective. This session will explore what the pathway looks like to increased reliable connectivity, who’ll be paving the way and what’s next for Africa’s digital future. Be sure not to miss this interactive panel session!
Questions to be covered will include:
- Reflecting on what’s already been accomplished – analysing and exploring the developments made by the EASSy and Main One submarine cable systems
- What does the pathway to increased subsea connectivity look like on the continent? Is it all plain sailing or do rough waters lie ahead?
- Update from Angola Cables on the South Atlantic Cable System (SACS) as the first direct Southern Atlantic submarine cable
- What projections can be made as we enter the next era of Africa’s digital future?
To book a meeting with the Mike Last at the event, please contact him on email@example.com.
Leading industry magazine Global Telecoms Business has named Mike Last, WIOCC’s Chief Marketing Officer & VP, International Business Development, as one of their 50 Strategists to Watch in global telecommunications.
Published in the magazine’s 150th issue, the list identifies ‘… those strategists that have hit the headlines in 2016 due to mergers and acquisitions, IPOs or (for) their vision’.
Mike worked closely with CEO, Chris Wood, on WIOCC’s original strategy eight years ago, and has continued to play a significant part in the maintenance and update of company strategy up to the present day. During this period his marketing expertise has also been influential in transforming WIOCC into an internationally recognised, multi-award-winning capacity and network services wholesaler, widely regarded as the #1 supplier of high-performance bandwidth solutions in Africa.
Are you in Dubai, UAE? Well, make your way to Grand Hyatt Hotel to be part of the ongoing largest carrier event in the Middle East – Capacity Middle East 2017. WIOCC, Africa’s Carriers’ Carrier executive team is present and participating with Chris Wood – WIOCC CEO, Mike Last – CMO & VP, International Business Development, Nikki Popoola – Director Sales and Hitesh Desai – Director, Sales – Southern Africa in attendance.
Chris Wood will also share his expertise in a panel session about ‘The surge of new submarine cables & the role they play in addressing data explosion, content demands, regional IOT & cloud adoption’ on the second day (Wednesday 8th March 2017) at 10:00 am.
Chris, Mike, Nikki and Hitesh are having meetings with some of the attendees to discuss more about WIOCC as a Partner in Africa for:
- High-quality WIOCC Carrier IP Transit Services
- Technical and commercial flexibility
- Access to the most extensive fibre-optic network in Africa
- Tailored end- to- end solutions
To book a meeting with the executive team at the ongoing event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
On 27th September, 2016 Africa’s carriers’ carrier, WIOCC, was named Best East African Wholesale Carrier at the inaugural Africa Carrier Awards at Capacity Africa in Kampala, Uganda.
The award was accepted by Mike Last – VP, International Business Development at this week’s Capacity Africa
Mike Last commented, “WIOCC will continue to demonstrate its capability in the wholesale market, with it’s growing African and international client base a testament to the company’s ability to meet the evolving needs of the market”.
This award recognises WIOCC’s ability to deliver end-to-end connectivity solutions that are making, and will continue to make, an enduring contribution to Africa’s communication.