Cinturion is an International Provider of Fiber Optic Networks
Cinturion is a corporation organized in Bermuda with a long history on submarine telecommunications cable systems. It is focused on the development of new fiber-optic networks, utilizing the latest submarine cable systems, coupled with the latest terrestrial technology for greenfield or underserved markets.
The strength of Cinturion comes from its senior leadership team whose members have a strong history anchored in submarine telecommunications cable systems. This team comprised of senior management, technical, financial, project management, systems engineering, and sales exemplify all the core talents required for successfully implementing major international fiber optic systems.
LIGHTING THE WAY TO GREATER CONNECTIVITY BETWEEN INDIA, THE MIDDLE EAST AND EUROPE
TEAS - Trans Europe Asia System
Our TEAS - Trans Europe Asia Network provides the lowest latency diverse routes by delivering cutting-edge solutions that will strengthen connectivity and change the global traffic patterns between
India, the Middle East and Europe
OUR TEAS SUBMARINE AND TERRESTRIAL NETWORKS ENABLE
HIGH SPEED, RESILIENT AND SECURE CONNECTIONS
'TEAS' Provides The Missing Link to Underserved Markets
in India & The Middle East with Individual Fiber Ownership to Serve a Broad Range of Customers
The Missing Link
TEAS will bring unique service offerings and data center opportunities to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the other Gulf Coast Countries, giving direct and reliable access to both European and Asian enterprises.
Individual Fiber Ownership
Our model incentivizes individual fiber ownership to a broad range of customers with the most advanced fiber technologies supporting modern encryption and security methodologies. Offering a seamless solution Ready-For-Service date expected early 2024.
Servicing A Broad Range
of Global Customers
TEAS will service a broad-range of global customers, including content providers, telecom carriers, and large enterprises requiring individually owned and managed fiber pairs, enabling responsive customer-controlled applications directly from data centers.
The Missing Link Article, Submarine Telecoms Forum May Issue
"For a majority of the world, digitization plays a huge part fo our daily lives by keeping people and devices seamlessly connected."
By Greg Varisco and Dave Crowley