Bevan comes from a background in building successful Australian IT and telecommunication companies and an earlier career in administration in local and state government. Prior to establishing Superloop (and our sister companies of SubPartners and Megaport), Bevan founded NEXTDC with a vision to build Australia’s largest independent data centre provider. Having raised over $200m, NEXTDC launched data centres in Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne and Sydney and began works in Perth. making NEXTDC Australia’s largest data centre provider in terms of geography and IT power capability. In 2002, Bevan co-founded PIPE Networks which grew to become Australia’s largest Internet Exchange and Australia’s third largest metropolitan fibre network provider with over 1,500km of fibre in 5 cities connecting 80 data centres, 250 Telstra exchanges and over 1000 buildings. In 2008, PIPE Networks proceeded with the construction of the $200m Sydney to Guam cable (PPC-1) with the project being completed in October 2009. PIPE Networks was sold to TPG for an enterprise value of $420m in May 2010.
Jason AshtonExecutive Director
Mr Jason Ashton, appointed to the Superloop Board as an executive director, co-founded BigAir in 2002 and has been its Chief Executive Officer since 2006. He brings more than 23 years’ telecommunications industry experience and was a pioneer within the Internet industry as Managing Director of business ISP Magna Data which he co-founded in 1993. He is a subject matter expert on fixed wireless broadband access networks and will continue to lead the BigAir business following the implementation of the Scheme of Arrangement.
Matthew HollisExecutive Director, Group GM Sales and Marketing
Mr Matthew Hollis holds the position of Group GM Sales and Marketing and has been appointed to the Board as an executive director. Mr Hollis was the Director of Corporate & Wholesale at Vocus Communications for over 6 years. Prior to joining Vocus, Matt served in various sales and corporate roles with Pipe Networks and other ISPs and System Integrators.
Paul JobbinsGroup Chief Financial Officer / Company Secretary
Mr Jobbins is Superloop’s Group Chief Financial Officer and has responsibility for the Group’s corporate functions including Finance, Legal, Talent and Culture and Investor Relations as well as driving the Group’s corporate strategy.
He has previously worked in senior executive roles with several ASX listed companies including NEXTDC Limited, Reverse Corp Limited and Sunshine Gas Limited.
He is also Superloop’s Company Secretary
Ryan CrouchChief Operating Officer - Networks
Ryan Crouch is responsible for the active network, software & technical solutions that make up the Superloop Network in Australia and abroad.
Prior to joining Superloop, Ryan was a co-founder of APEXnetworks, a wholesale network access service aggregator within the Australian telecommunications market. From technical design, software development and system architecture Ryan was the driving force in technical delivery and product offering to channel customers building a multi-carrier access network that spanned Australia for over nine years.
Matt WhitlockChief Operating Officer - Infrastructure
Matt Whitlock is responsible for the operational activities of Superloop, from installation to service delivery and the on-going network management across all locations.
Prior to joining Superloop, Matt was General Manager of Operations for PIPE Networks and TPG Telecom’s Corporate division for seven years.
He was responsible for service delivery, network integrity, maintenance and service support functions for both the domestic and international networks. Matt also served as the Operations Manager for PIPE International and was part of the team that delivered the PPC–1 Cable System in 2009.
Susana HallidayProject Leader – Hong Kong
Susana has 25 years experience in infrastructure development projects and has been involved in facilitating telecommunication projects in Asia Pacific over the last 15 years.
Prior to joining Superloop, Susana was on the Board of Directors of a multinational engineering and design company in Hong Kong and Director of utilities, water engineering and environmental services for the Asia-Pacific business.
She was also involved in several of the early international cable systems entering Hong Kong (EAC1 & 2, FNAL, C2C, NAC, and APCN2), domestic cables systems for New T&T and, more recently, the Hong Kong segment of the Asia-America Gateway (AAG) and South-East Asia Japan Cable System (SJC).