Join OSI October 16th and 17th in Washington, DC for AWEA Offshore Windpower 2018. The conference brings together all the major stakeholders in the industry making it the largest gathering of offshore wind energy professionals in the United States. This will be a perfect place to network, collaborate, and learn more about the regulatory and permitting processes.
Join us October 22nd – 25th in Charleston, South Carolina for OCEANS 2018. The conference brings together 2,000 of the world’s leading marine professionals to network, collaborate and learn about cutting-edge research, innovations, technologies, and applications in the marine technology and engineering fields.
Ocean Specialists, Inc (OSI), a leading system development and advisory firm for telecommunications network solutions, today announced that the installation of the South Atlantic Cable System (SACS) is complete. SACS is the first direct link between Africa and South America. The Provisional Acceptance certificate was signed today at a ceremony in Luanda by Angola Cables CEO, António Nunes and NEC Corporation Project Manager, Hiroshi Kawakami.
In a collaborative effort to enhance our Quality Management System (QMS), Ocean Specialists, Inc. (OSI) has committed to pursuing ISO9001:2015 Quality Management System certification—an internationally recognized set of standards. A QMS is a set of policies, procedures, and processes required for the planning and execution of key business functions within an organization, primarily those that impact client requirements.
Highly anticipated undersea cable will link Vanuatu and Solomon Islands
Ocean Specialists Inc. (OSI), a Florida, U.S. based subsea cable development and advisory company, today announced a partnership with Interchange Limited to lead overall project management and buildout of the ICN2 cable system linking Vanuatu and Solomon Islands. The ICN2 cable system is the first contract in force fiber-optic subsea cable to the Solomon Islands, answering the growing need for high speed internet among these small Pacific islands. The companies expect the system to be ready for service in the fourth quarter of 2019.