Press Release

WFN Strategies will be presenting and exhibiting at the upcoming Pacific Telecommunications Council 2016 conference and exhibition, which will be held in Honolulu, Hawaii from 17 to 20 January.

On Sunday of the conference, WFN Strategies Managing Director, Wayne Nielsen, will be presenting alongside a panel of 7 industry experts at the session entitled, Submarine Cable Workshop: Waves of Change, which will examine cable protection and regulatory development, the latest developments in system design and upgrade, and issues critical to the ongoing success of the global submarine cable industry.

WFN Strategies will also be exhibiting throughout the PTC conference, showcasing recent efforts in the engineering and implementing of submarine optical cable systems for various commercial clients in the Pacific and beyond.

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About WFN Strategies

Celebrating 15 years of service, WFN Strategies ( designs, engineers and implements submarine optical cable systems for commercial, governmental and oil & gas clients, which have utilized repeatered and unrepeatered technologies, and have been transoceanic, regional, or festoon in scope. WFN Strategies has been involved with all aspects of implementing telecommunications systems and Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) – from feasibility studies through capital budgeting to engineering, purchasing, and installation to commissioning & testing.

About PTC ‘16

PTC's annual conference ( is the Asia-Pacific's premier telecommunications event. Now in its 38th year, the annual conference is a strategic springboard for the global telecommunications industry. The Conference provides all attendees with a three-day platform to focus on planning, networking, and discovering what the new year will bring.  Reimagining Telecoms will explore how ecosystem participants must reshape their strategies, revenue models, products and services, processes, customer relationships and regulatory strategies, and how every industry and organization adapts to an era of communications and computing abundance.