Telecom Giant du, Cinturion Signs MoU To Deliver Diverse Routes to Customers
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Telecom Giant du, Cinturion Signs MoU To Deliver Diverse Routes to Customers

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Cinturion Corp Ltd., a global provider of scalable, subsea, and terrestrial capacity-based network solutions, announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with du, a subsidiary of Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (EITC), one of the UAE's leading providers of fixed line, mobile, internet, and digital services. The collaboration will provide additional various routes to du consumers in order to fulfill the region's ever-increasing demand, as well as an open-access Cable Landing Station (CLS) to the UAE's economic, social, and digital development.

As part of the agreement, Cinturion’s TEAS – Trans Europe Asia System an `open-access' submarine and terrestrial network, will be hosted by du to strengthen connectivity and expand its digital capabilities to the UAE region and beyond. TEAS will provide the lowest latency cutting-edge technology enabling ultra fast-speed, high resiliency and secure connections to enhance network performance in the region and boost managed services, as per zawya.

TEAS will connect two new routes over the Arabian and Mediterranean Seas, as well as two tracks interconnecting the Middle East, with several routes through the Arabian Peninsula and a route through the Gulf of Aqaba and the Red Sea. With its unique optical capabilities, TEAS, the first new dual path system of its kind, provides geographically diverse routes enabling new services to support modern Data Center deployments, giving broadband and low latency access to the European, Middle Eastern, and Indian markets.

Bill Marra, Chief Commerical Officer of Cinturion said, “The strategic partnership with du and Cinturion will provide the most advanced, secure and innovative technologies staying aligned with UAE’s vision for accelerating digitalization by providing an open-access CLS delivering world-class connectivity solutions to the region."

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