Angola Cables To Host Data Gathering Meeting At Pacific Telecommunications Council (PTC '15)
Leading telecom and fiber optic cable operator to host educational breakfast event for its South Atlantic Cable System (SACS) and Monet networks on January 20 at Hilton Hawaiian Village.
Angola Cables, a leading operator of fiber optic telecommunication cable based in Angola, today announced that it will be hosting an exclusive Data Gathering Meeting (DGM) from Pacific Telecommunications Council's signature annual event, PTC '15 on Tuesday, January 20 from 8:00 - 10:00 AM HST, in the Nautilus 2 Room at the Hilton Hawaiian Village.
The DGM will focus on updating and educating the audience -- many of whom are carrier and cable operators, content providers, capacity buyers, and other submarine cable and telecom industry executives -- on Angola Cables' South Atlantic Cable System (SACS) and Monet submarine cable networks.
Angola Cables previously hosted a DGM at PTC '13 when the SACS network was first announced, which received an overwhelmingly positive response from the dozens of telecom industry executives in attendance.
The SACS network is being constructed between Angola on the West Coast of Africa across the South Atlantic to Fortaleza, Brazil. SACS has come to be recognized as one of the most innovative and unique routes in the subsea cable industry. It is the first fiber optic D-WDM submarine cable system directly linking Africa and Latin America and will help to spur international trade and economic growth in both continents.
The network provides unique secure low latency routing avoiding current bottleneck locations by routing via Africa and Asia to the United States and Europe. Upon completion, this new route will provide the global carrier community, content players, and low latency sensitive customers security through a diverse route via the Southern Hemisphere.
The Monet network, which connects Brazil to Florida via Miami, Fortaleza and Sao Paulo, was designed specifically to accommodate the growing demand for low latency routing in the Latin American market.
"Since we first announced our intention to build the SACS and Monet networks, we have been working diligently to make the routes fully operational and efficient for the global carrier and content community," said Antonio Nunes, CEO of Angola Cables. "We look forward to providing all of the guests in attendance at our DGM with a first look at the latest market trends, pricing insights, and demand analysis surrounding these routes."
The event will be co-produced by APTelecom, the official International Sales Manager and Pre-Sales agency of record for Angola Cables.
The event will feature a range of special content, informational exchanges, insights from industry executives, as well as open Q&A sessions with attendees. All guests will receive breakfast compliments of Angola Cables.
For more information on Angola Cables and its SACS and Monet networks, please visit www.angolacables.co.ao. To RSVP for the event, please email APTelecom at firstname.lastname@example.org.