EXA Infrastructure is adding a second terrestrial transport route between Spain and Portugal connecting to EXA's Spanish backbone. The new northern route will serve increasing customer demand across the Iberian peninsula connecting to data center hubs across Europe, says EXA.
EXA Infrastructure is investing further into the Iberian Peninsula with a second new diverse terrestrial transport route between Spain and Lisbon.
The company will deploy a second land transport route between Spain and Lisbon that will connect to the provider's Spanish backbone network.
London-based EXA Infrastructure said it will be building a second new diverse terrestrial transport route between Spain and Lisbon connecting to its Spanish backbone. The new northern route is intended to serve increasing customer demand across the Iberian peninsula via links to data centre hubs across Europe.
The international subsea cable sector is booming. Today, more than 450 submarine cables carry about 95% (or more, the percentage is contentious and continually debated) of all international telecom service traffic, together with the ever-increasing data traffic generated by the hyperscale cloud companies and big streaming content providers.
The dedicated open cable landing station (CLS) in Mazara del Vallo, on the Italian island of Sicily, will enhance the company’s current landing and backhaul capacity.
EXA Infrastructure announced it plans to build a new dedicated Open Cable Landing Station (CLS) in Mazara del Vallo on the Italian island of Sicily to enhance its current landing and backhaul capacity.
Submarine cables in great dust. Investments in "underwater" digital infrastructure will exceed $10 billion by 2024 driven by increased demand for data traffic, according to Telegeography. The announcement of Exa Infrastructure is part of this scenario: the company will build a new Open Cable Landing Station in Mazara del Vallo, Sicily, to improve its current "landing" capacity (the point of "anchoring" cables to the mainland) and backhaul.