Cinturion Corp Ltd., a provider of scalable, subsea and terrestrial capacity-based network solutions spanning India, the Middle East and Europe, has started construction of the Trans-Europe Asia System (TEAS).
The project will deploy the most advanced fiber-optic technology, bolstering the region’s Information and computing technologies initiatives supporting bandwidth-hungry data centers and their growing customer base.
When completed, TEAS will be the first of its kind open system, offering an information superhighway of more than 300 Tbps with new and diverse parallel routes among India, the Middle East and Europe.
The system consists of two diverse connections across the Mediterranean Sea, continuing with two diverse paths inter-linking the Middle East, with multiple routes across the Arabian Peninsula, and a route through the Gulf of Aqaba and the Red Sea. The first new dual-path system of its kind provides geographically diverse routes terminating in India.
TEAS will enable new services with its optical capabilities to support modern data center deployments, bringing broadband and low latency access to European, Middle East and Indian markets.
When completed – projected to be 3Q 2023 – TEAS will offer individual fiber ownership to a broad range of customers. Total subsea and terrestrial network segments consist of more than 19,000 Kms.
Cinturion contracted DRG Undersea Consulting, an experienced submarine engineering and project management company, and BTC Networks to provide services for the terrestrial network design and supply featuring the latest technology solutions