DC BLOX, a provider of multi-tenant data centers, dark fiber and connectivity solutions that deliver essential infrastructure to power today’s digital businesses, has opened its Cable Landing Station in Myrtle Beach, S.C.
With design capacity at full build-out of 125,000 square feet and 19 MW of power, the venue can host up to five subsea cables and colocation space for network and cable operators, communications providers, local enterprises and partners.
Subsea cables powering global communications converge at cable landing stations, marking a transformative moment for the region. DC BLOX’s positions Myrtle Beach as a vital connectivity hub globally, providing geographic diversity and resilience from existing subsea fiber routes.
DC BLOX is also building a dark fiber route from their Myrtle Beach Cable Landing Station to Atlanta’s communications hub, the first direct east-to-west route enabling high-capacity direct access to hundreds of communications providers and to a growing population of regional data centers. The dark fiber route enables diversity for core fiber routes connecting Northern Virginia to Atlanta.
Google has announced two subsea cables that will land at the DC BLOX Cable Landing Station including the Firmina cable connecting Myrtle Beach to Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay, and the Nuvem cable to connect to Portugal and Bermuda. Edge Holdings (a subsidiary of Meta) has announced that it plans to land its Anjana cable connecting to Spain.
DC BLOX’s Myrtle Beach center will enable global providers and regional businesses to expand their reach by offering reliable and efficient services to customers worldwide. With the surge in demand for connectivity and the rapidly evolving digital economy, this station is setting the stage for new economic growth and innovation.
For more information about DC BLOX’s Cable Landing Station in Myrtle Beach, visit www.dcblox.com.