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With Mike Sauer (VP Americas, Aqua Comms) & Matthew Sinno (Sr Solns Architect, Telstra).
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 at 06:00 PM   Absolutely Free
Venue, 40 Wall St


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Rather than reach for the clouds with our next topic, we thought we would dive deep!

We are very excited to announce that our next meetup will be all about undersea cables, the history of the subsea industry, & how natural disasters can impact this cabling. With over 750,000 miles of cable connecting the continents (thank you New York Times!) it seemed only natural that our next meetup addressed such an important topic.

We will be hosting Mike Sauer, VP of Aqua Comms, & Matt Sinno, Senior Solutions Architect at Telstra. We hope to see you there!

- Zoe & Packetbot

6:00 - 6:30 - Social & Mingle

6:30 - 6:40 - Kickoff, Community Announcements, & Intros

6:40 - 7:10 - A History of the Sub Sea Industry from 1866 to Present Day (Mike Sauer, VP of Americas at Aqua Comms, Partner & Federal)

7:10 - 7:40 - A Brief Glimpse into Sub Sea Cable Solutions & Maintenance (Matthew Sinno, Senior Solutions Architect)

7:40 - 8:00 - Questions, Social, Wrap-Up

Join us as we trace 250,000 miles of subsea fiber connecting Asia & the Americas. Matt Sinno, Senior Solutions Architect at Telstra, will demonstrate how Telstra architects network solutions for B2B, Carrier, & Internet companies to build backbone infrastructure for high capacity & low latency paths supporting the many Private & Public Internet networks that rely on global connections. Matt will also dive into the subsea cable system & the challenges of dealing with natural disasters & the impact of foreign policy on doing business in APAC.

Aqua Comms - TBA

** Attendees, please note that you will need to RSVP yourself & any guests ahead of time for this event so we may provide an attendance list to security. Please RSVP with first & last name. You will also need to show photo ID.**
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