EXA Infrastructure this morning announced it will be investing in a new terrestrial transport route to Lisbon and Sines in Portugal. The new network (see map) connects to Exa’s Spanish backbone via Madrid, Barcelona and beyond, serving customer needs across the Iberian Peninsula.
EXA announces the investment in a network that will connect Spain with Lisbon and Sines. With this operation, it seeks to improve the communications of its customers in the Iberian Peninsula, the epicenter of digital traffic.
EXA Infrastructure is investing in a new terrestrial transport route to Lisbon and Sines in Portugal. It connects to EXA's Spanish backbone via Madrid, Barcelona and beyond, providing connectivity to cable landing stations and data centres for customers in both Spain and Portugal.
EXA Infrastructure is investing in a new terrestrial transport route to Lisbon and Sines in Portugal. This strategic investment in the southern Europe transport route is designed to provide customers with more diverse connectivity to high-growth cable landing stations (CLS) and data centres.
London-based Exa Infrastructure has marked the first year following its launch by announcing new fibre-optic network links
EXA Infrastructure marks its first year with more network investments and sets sights on further expansion
These new projects will increase routing diversity, capacity around key data centre clusters and resilience of some of the continent’s most critical network links.
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