The project will be completed in partnership with several global companies and has also entered into agreements with reputed companies and subcoms worldwide for cable supply. reliance jio submarine cable system mukesh ambani
New Delhi: Reliance Jio Infocomm is building India’s largest international submarine cable system in India. Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Jio will lay two next generation cables to support the growing demand for data in India. The project will be completed in partnership with several global companies and has also entered into agreements with reputed companies and subcoms worldwide for cable supply. (reliance jio Creating largest international submarine cable system connecting india)
The two cable systems will be connected to each other
Both these cable projects will connect India-Asia-Express (IAX) and India-Europe-Express (IEX) to India with Singapore and India to the Middle East and Europe. In such a scenario, India would be connected to the east by Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia and in the west by countries like Egypt, Djibouti and Saudi Arabia and would be connected to Italy. The two cable systems will then be connected to each other and connected to a global data interchange point. The company said, “The company will enhance the ability of IAX and IEX customers and users to access data from India and abroad as well as cloud services.”
Customers will no longer have problems in the network
“For the first time in the history of fiber optic submarine telecom, this system has brought to the fore the map of India’s international network,” a statement said. Both cable systems will operate in a range of more than 16,000 km and will offer high speed capabilities in that region. IX and IEX are expected to deliver more than 200 Tbps of capacity.
Jio leads in digital services and data usage
Matthew Omran, Chairman, Reliance Jio, said, “Jio is at the forefront of India’s spectacular growth in digital services and data usage.” For the first time, Geo is taking the lead role in IAX and IEX submarine systems to meet the demands of streaming video, remote workforce, 5G, IoT and beyond. “Implementing this critical mechanism in a global pandemic is a challenge, but the Corona epidemic has only intensified the need for digital transformation and high-performance global connectivity to provide a better experience for enterprises and customers,” he said.
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reliance jio Creating largest international submarine cable system connecting india