Cinturion Corp, Ltd. is pleased to announce that it has signed a Mandate Letter with the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, for a proposed loan. The purpose of the IFC finance is to support the construction and operation of the TEAS - Trans Europe Asia System, a subsea and terrestrial fiber-optic network, with an open-access core connecting Europe (Marseille, France and Pescara, Italy) to Asia (Mumbai, India), with landing points across the Middle East and Africa.
“The Mandate Letter represents an important milestone towards the construction of the system and IFC’s partnership brings the financial resources, industry-leading expertise, and global experience to the success of the TEAS project, said Greg Varisco, CEO of Cinturion. “We believe that TEAS is a world-class project that will change the global landscape by providing growth and greater connectivity to the emerging markets and developing economies across the European, Middle Eastern, and Indian regions.” (Click to Read More)
HAMILTON, Bermuda — Cinturion Corp Ltd., a global provider of scalable, subsea and terrestrial capacity-based network solutions, announced that it has executed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) agreement with du, from Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (EITC), one of the leading providers of fixed line, mobile, internet and digital services across the UAE. The partnership will deliver new diverse routes to du customers to meet the ever-growing demand in the region and bring an open-access Cable Landing Station (CLS) to UAE’s economic, social and digital transformation. (Click to Read More)
Integrated Telecom Co. Ltd. (“Salam”) a fully licensed Fixed, Mobile, Data and Voice services provider that owns telecommunications infrastructure across the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (“KSA”) has teamed up with Khazzan Information Technology Co. (“EDGNEX Data Centres by Damac ”) that designs, builds and operates data centers across the Kingdom, along with Cinturion Corp Ltd., a global provider of integrated submarine and terrestrial capacity-based network solutions and Emaar, The Economic City (EEC)– the master developer of King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC) - to sign a strategic Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) agreement in the area of Telecom & Digital Infrastructure whilst contributing to the Saudi 2030 Telecommunication Transformation Vision lead by Ministry of Communication and Information Technology (“MCIT”). (Click to Read More)
EXA Infrastructure, the largest dedicated digital infrastructure platform connecting Europe and North America, today announced a partnership to connect its ultra-low-latency, high-speed connectivity digital infrastructure to Cinturion’s TEAS – Trans Europe Asia System.
Cinturion has chosen EXA to land one of its dual path connections of the TEAS in Pescara, on Italy’s Adriatic coast, to provide the lowest latency and most diversely routed links. Two separate open access sub-sea and terrestrial links cross the Middle Eastern region, one via the Red Sea, and the other via Jordan, continuing along the Arabian Peninsula and under the Arab Gulf and Indian Ocean. TEAS aims to provide an alternative to global data traffic patterns with cutting-edge digital infrastructure that strengthens connectivity between India, the Middle East and Europe.
Cinturion and Grid Telecom Confirm Cooperation
for Landing of Trans Europe Asia System in Greece
Cinturion Corp Ltd., and its Landing Partner in Greece, Grid Telecom, met on Wednesday, September 7th 2022 in the context of “Submarine Networks World 2022” conference, held in Singapore, advancing their ongoing cooperation for the landing of TEAS - Trans Europe Asia System in Greece. Cinturion is building TEAS to bring advanced data transport solutions, creating a telecommunications corridor between India, the Middle East and Europe. Grid Telecom, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Independent Power Transmission Operator of Greece (IPTO) operates and develops an advanced open-access fiber network throughout Greece which is also a major data gateway to Southeast Europe. The partnership of Cinturion and Grid Telecom is providing TEAS customers with carrier neutral open-access interconnection with leading edge connectivity and international reach across the European continent and beyond. (Click to Read More)
The partnership will bring the first open and carrier-neutral Cable Landing Station (CLS) to India to provide new routes and address the ever-growing demand for capacity
TEAS will provide the lowest latency and high resiliency required between Asia and Europe by the cloud and content providers
Lightstorm's plans to build a chain of open CLS to set the foundation for robust digital infrastructure designed to elevate the country's digital economy
HAMILTON, Bermuda, September 7, 2022 -- Cinturion Corp Ltd. a global provider of scalable, subsea and terrestrial capacity-based network solutions, signs final landing party agreement to partner with Lightstorm to bring the first carrier-neutral open access cable landing station to India. This collaboration supports a strategic long-term partnership between the two companies that will strengthen and propel Lightstorm as a leader in next-generation fiber networks across India and beyond.
HAMILTON, Bermuda — Cinturion Corp Ltd., a global provider of scalable, subsea and terrestrial capacity-based network solutions, announced that it has executed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) agreement with Grid Telecom, one of the leading providers of fiber optic connectivity throughout Greece and with onward interconnections to Europe, to be its Landing Party partner in Greece.
On January 13, 2022, Cinturion along with their partner GCCIA (Gulf Cooperation Council Interconnection Authority) will participate in a panel discussion session on the topics of global communications networks, the latest communications technologies, and the investment opportunities offered by GCCIA.
Cinturion, a provider of subsea and terrestrial capacity-based network solutions spanning India, the Middle East and Europe, has officially commenced construction of the Trans-Europe Asia System (TEAS). The network project is set to deploy an advanced fiber optic technology, supporting bandwidth-hungry data centers and their customer base.
Cinturion Corp has officially begun work on a new solution to an old problem: connecting western Europe with India and beyond with fiber. The most successful of such solutions have taken a mostly subsea route through Egypt and the Red Sea and the Indian Ocean to India and on to Singapore.
HAMILTON, Bermuda--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Cinturion Corp Ltd., a provider of scalable, subsea and terrestrial capacity-based network solutions spanning India, the Middle East and Europe, announces it has officially commenced construction of the Trans-Europe Asia System (TEAS). The project is set to 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 over 300 Tbps with new and diverse parallel routes between India, the Middle East, and Europe, bringing advanced features and high-capacity inter-links throughout the region.