17 & 18 February 2016, San Juan
THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING CAPACITY CARIBBEAN 2016!
Thank you to all our sponsors, speakers and delegates for joining our 10th annual Capacity Caribbean 2016 , which was attended by 191 senior-level executives from 93 companies. We hope you benefited from the conference sessions, networking opportunities and hosted functions.
Watch this space for the 2017 dates to be announced soon!
WHY WE CHOSE PUERTO RICO?
Capacity Caribbean 2016 was held for the first time in San Juan, Puerto Rico. With nine cables connecting the island, Puerto Rico is seen as a hub for broadband connectivity within the Caribbean market. With new projects coming to fruition it is quickly becoming one of the region's most exciting islands for diversity and network resiliency.
WHAT OUR PAST ATTENDEES HAD TO SAY:
“I found the event very effective because I was able to stay in touch with clients as well meeting new people. We are about to close a few deals so assisting Capacity Caribbean definitely helped us reach our business objective as a sales team. Thank you for making Capacity Caribbean 2015 a great event!"
Karla Ramirez, Account Manager, DATA HARDWARE DEPOT
“This was my first time attending Capacity Caribbean and overal it was a great experience. I was able to connect with companies from the Caribbean and I think the best part of the event was the networking opportunities and intimate atmosphere. I look forward to attending other Capacity events soon!”
Sara Rojas, Video Services Sales Manager, NEWCOM INTERNATIONAL
“Capacity Caribbean represents a relevant opportunity for us to discuss new business opportunities and propositions with very influential representatives of the international services industry.”
Vicki Coelho, CEO, LOGIC BERMUDA
HOT TOPICS DISCUSSED THIS YEAR INCLUDED:
MOVING AWAY FROM CONSOLIDATION: WHAT’S NEXT?
While consolidation has been at the forefront of the Caribbean telecoms industry, will M&A continue to be the driving force or are operators looking at other alternatives for expansion?
A SHIFT TOWARDS LOCALISING DATA: LOOKING AT THE GROWTH OF DATA CENTRES IN THE CARIBBEAN
With a worldwide shift towards keeping data local, the industry has seen significant growth in the building and developing of data centres. Hear from those responsible for this growth in the Caribbean.
INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENTS: ARE WE CLOSE TO MEETING CAPACITY DEMANDS?
Learn from those working on major submarine cable developments as they aim to meet capacity demands in the region and hear about the progress on both completed and new projects being developed in the Caribbean.