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Nigel Bayliff

    

Nigel Bayliff joined Aqua Comms in October 2016, having previously provided consultancy services to global telecoms companies through SIN Medida Limited, a consultancy business he established in 2008 to capitalize on his experience over 25 years of senior technical, operational and executive roles in the global telecommunications industry. Nigel also served as Vice-Chairman of the joint UN agencies task force that looked at providing disaster relief and climate information from the global web of undersea cables. Between 2009 and 2013, he served as Chief Executive Officer and Member of Huawei Marine Networks (HMN). Leading HMN from start-up through many complex system sales, the delivery of the first new subsea technology for over a decade and the development of a second phase innovative titanium repeater, he drove the organization to break-even in year four and established its position in the market. From 2002 to 2008 Nigel was an Officer and Deputy Chairman for a number of group companies and was responsible for construction and operation of the FLAG Global Network, encompassing approximately 65,000 km of submarine cable systems connecting 40 countries and providing carrier-grade connectivity services. Prior to this, he held senior roles at NTL (nor Virgin Media) and Cable and Wireless/Mercury Communications (now Vodafone). Nigel is Chartered Engineer and holds a B.Sc. (Hons) in Telecommunications Engineering from Essex University.

He studied International Development at INSEAD, Paris and Strategic Management at Ashridge, UK. In 2006, Nigel was elected as a Fellow of the UK Institute of Engineering Technology.



 
 





      

 


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