Cinturion attends Expo 2020 Dubai United Arab Emirates
HAMILTON, Bermuda, December 16, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Cinturion Corp Ltd. a global provider of capacity-based, underwater and terrestrial scalable network solutions spanning India, the Middle East and Europe, is delighted to announce its participation in Expo 2020 Dubai, the world’s largest event never organized in the Middle East. Expo 2020 brings together more than 200 participants from around the world with the common goal of supporting the advancement of education, technology and innovations that will shape the future and open up new opportunities.
On January 13, 2022, Cinturion and its partner GCCIA (Gulf Cooperation Council Interconnection Authority) will participate in a roundtable on the themes of global communication networks, the latest communication technologies and the investment opportunities offered by GCCIA.
The GCCIA and other telecommunications specialists will discuss:
- The assessment of connectivity in the MENA region in recent years.
- The potential of terrestrial cable in GCC and the opportunities it brings to Hyperscale / Cloud companies as well as large enterprises.
- The challenges of communications technology for long terrestrial cables and how to meet the challenge.
Cinturion will have the opportunity to unveil its TEAS – Trans Europe Asia System. The most advanced new build network that will meet the demand for an open access system with the lowest latency and the most diverse routes between India, the Middle East and Europe. TEAS will provide much needed capacity, speed and redundancy for businesses in the region, especially new data centers as well as cloud content and service providers.
The TEAS network consists of two diverse connections across the Mediterranean Sea, continuing with two diverse routes connecting the Middle East, with multiple routes across the Arabian Peninsula and one route through the Gulf of Aqaba and the Red Sea. . This first new dual-path (submarine and land) system of its kind will provide geographic routes between Pescara, Italy, and Marseille, France, and Mumbai, India. TEAS will enable new services with its unique and robust optical capabilities to support modern data center deployments, providing broadband and ultra-low latency access to European, Middle Eastern and Indian markets. When completed, TEAS will offer individual ownership of the fiber and open a new gateway for Internet traffic to a wide range of customers.
For more information on GCCIA, contact Alaa Rahma, Email: [email protected]
Visit https://www.gccia.com.sa for more information.