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Satellite and the Cloud

About this event

A discussion centred on the uptake of cloud-based terrestrial and non-terrestrial and hybrid networks services and the migration from data centres and company servers to the cloud, driven by lower CapEx, increased security and network agility. This programme will also feature the hyper-convergence of connectivity technologies with the wider TMT landscape - and enabling technologies such as AI, Edge Computing, 5G/6G, IoT and multi earth orbit communications satellites.

Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Why Space Matters? The Future of Hyperconverged Networking

Buffy Wajvoda, Head of Aerospace & Satellite Solutions Architecture

FOSSA Systems

Global Space-Enabled IoT for Industrial Applications

Julian Fernandez, CEO

Gilat Satellite Networks

To be announced

Gil Elizov, Director of Products

Google Cloud Platform

Unlocking the Value of Google Earth for Enterprises

Pilar Santamaria, Head of EMEA Industry Solutions


Iridium Messaging TransportSM: Where IoT in Space meets Cloud

Jaco Botes, Director Product Management


Denis Sutherland, UK Space Lead

Satellite Industry Association

How Growth in the Satellite Industry is Driving Demand for Cloud Services

Tom Stroup, President

SES Satellites

Exploring the Intersection of Cloud Adoption and Innovation

Kevin Gonzalez, Senior Engineer, Cloud & Innovation

Hosted by

  • Team member
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    Paul Stahl C21@c21-virtual.com Executive @ c21-virtual

  • Guest speaker
    Kevin Gonzalez Senior Engineer Cloud & Innovation @ SES

  • Guest speaker
    Dubi Lever Chief Technology Officer @ Gilat Satellite Networks

  • Guest speaker
    Tom Stroup President @ Satellite Industries Association

  • Guest speaker
    Jaco Botes Director Product Management: Cloud & IoT @ Iridium

  • Guest speaker
    Julian Fernandez CEO @ FOSSA Systems

  • Guest speaker
    Denis Sutherland Azure Space Lead @ Microsoft


c21-virtual was derived from EMP, which since 2002 had organised roundtable style conferences across Asia, Africa, the Middle East, North America, South America, and Europe, more than 150 live events in total.

The “Connected World Series” of virtual conferences, a c21-virtual brand, was formed