CETel’s Managing Director speaks at Oilfield Connectivity 2017
Cologne/Bonn (Germany), May 2017. CETel’s Managing Director Guido Neumann speaks at the upcoming Oilfield Connectivity series on May 10 in Aberdeen, UK. The Oilfield Connectivity 2017 highlights the importance of communications and information technology to the oil, gas and mining industry and brings together key decision-makers of both, the connectivity and the oil & gas industry. “Delivering managed end-to-end satellite based communications services is a key driver to success and secures steady operations in isolated on- and off-shore drilling sites” Guido Neumann, MD of CETel, points out. CETel provides solutions for many scenarios: from low bandwidth M2M-comnmunications to complete meshed ICT solutions via satellite to hybrid-networks, where satellite links complete fiber-based communications structures. “The technological developments over the past couple of years had a tremendous effect on satellite communications: HTS, IoT and M2M changed the industry and global operating energy corporations need to rethink the spread of data throughput in terms of security, reliability, and efficiency. CETel has helped many organizations in re-organizing ICT structures to build reliable, secure and fast networks based on satellite links that meet latest industry standards”, Guido Neumann explains further. The meeting will be held in Aberdeen for the ninth time and completes the series that has been hosted in Lagos, Abuja, Rio de Janeiro, Abu Dhabi, Cairo and Kuala Lumpur before.
About GVF-EMP Oilfield Connectivity
Oilfield Connectivity 2017 brings the GVF-EMP Oilfield Connectivity Series to its latest event to address the communications networking needs of the global ‘oil & gas patch’. The rationale for an Aberdeen – based oilfield connectivity event building on the success of the previous nine Aberdeen gatherings, and others of the entire global Series – held in Lagos, Abuja, Rio de Janeiro, Abu Dhabi, Cairo and Kuala Lumpur – is that it brings to the market an ICT-oriented dialogue at the crucial interface of demand for ICT solutions by the energy vertical and the supply of those solutions from the connectivity industry