Archive Events – September 2015
Jersey Live Festival 2015
Sponsored by JT September 2015 JT have been powering Jersey’s largest music event for 10 years. Find out how JT connected this year’s Jersey live festival with this insightful infographic.
G2E Global Gaming Expo
Las Vegas, September
JT exhibited at the G2E Global Gaming Expo in Las Vegas in September.
The event was attended by thousands of executives and corporate managers from some of the world’s biggest gaming companies. The AGA CEO Roundtable event featured CEO’s from three large global gaming companies, discussing gambling regulations and how they impact the global gaming industry and gaming-related technology.
JT’s Barna Kutvolgyi was keynote speaker at Gigabit Europe
JT’s approach to its Gigabit roll-out was discussed at the Gigabit Europe 2015 conference. Barna Kutvolgyi, shared his view on running Gigabit Jersey at the conference in September. Jersey’s point-to-point fibre broadband network provides super-fast broadband to homes and businesses. The fibre broadband network gives all users’ access to the Internet at speeds of up to 1Gbit/s, the fastest for a residential network in the western world. JT’s Barna Kutvolgyi was invited as a keynote speaker by editor-in-chief of LightReading, Ray Le Maistre to discuss running Jersey’s point-to-point fibre broadband network. View the video interview from Gigabit Europe here
Jersey Live Music Festival
Sponsored by JT
5-6 September 2015 – Jersey
Jersey Live Music Festival is an event held annually at The Royal Jersey Showground in the parish of Trinity, Jersey since 2004. JT have sponsored this event since inception, and host the JT Stage at the festival.
The festival has featured performances from a number of major stars of indie and dance music and the line-up is typically composed of established mainstream indie and dance acts. Many artists who have performed at Jersey Live in the early stages of their careers have gone on to become considerably higher in profile, such as the Foals, Tinie Tempah, Jake Bugg, Ed Sheeran and Razorlight.
Jersey Live has been described as “Surreal, sexy and super cool” by Kasbian’s Tom Meighan, as having “more pulling power than any other small festival” by BBC Radio 1’s Edith Bowman. Bowman, along with Zane Lowe, hosted the Main Stage in 2006 and has been followed in subsequent years by Huw Stephens, Craig Charles and Mani of The Stone Roses, who have all acted as Main Stage compere at the festival.
Jersey Live is attended by locals and visitors to the island, with non-locals accounting for a quarter of the attendance. Set in the rural heart of the island of Jersey, Channel Islands, Jersey Live is the British Isles’ sunniest and most southerly festival.