Cinturion Corp

International Fiber-optic Telecommunications Systems

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Cinturion Corp. is a corporation 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.

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Global Network Nodes are now positioned to provide high capacity diverse paths between large Data Centers that are ideally situated within each region.

The new generation of data and integrated content providers (ICP) are managing growth  rates of data demand exceeding 45%, by establishing large data centers in major world markets.
Those markets are connected with bespoke submarine cable networks. One of the last links being demanded, is connecting the high growth markets of Europe and India with onward connections to the West and to the East.

Current cables connecting Asia with Europe are routed through the Red Sea and across the Suez or Egypt, then onto European points. This route is congested relatively slow and vulnerable to interruption in the area near the Alexandria landing.

A preferred solution would utilize a Middle East route to form a data transport hub. As a result, a faster and safer connection between India and Europe is held. The Trans Europe Asia System (TEAS) is designed to deliver this preferred solution.

Trans Europe Asia System

TEAS is organized into three protected and interconnected cable systems.
1. Firstly, a pair of submarine cables Med West (MW) and Med East (ME) run from European landing points (Marseilles and Genoa/Milan) to the Eastern Mediterranean coast.
2. Secondly, two terrestrial telecom networks continue across Jordan and Saudi Arabia, one on a northern route to Al Khobar and the other on a southern route to Aqaba.
3. Thirdly, from Aqaba a submarine cable India Middle East (IME) continues out the Gulf of Aqaba, into the Red Sea, landing in Thuwal, K.S.A., and around the Arab Peninsula to Oman, U.A.E. and Bahrain landing in Al Khobar, with two branches extending to Mumbai across the Indian Ocean.

This configuration offers three key benefits demanded by customers:
a) The route is geographically diverse, offering parallel links that ensure continued operation even if one link fails.
b) It offers the fastest route between the Gulf Countries to Europe.
c) Provides Data Sovereign, since no regeneration is needed, due to the new optical technologies included that support advanced encryption methods.