Telxius, the main world connectivity supplier, is becoming a member of the Firmina subsea cable system. Firmina will join the East Coast of the USA to Las Toninas (Argentina), with extra landings in Praia Grande (Brazil) and Punta del Este (Uruguay). Telxius will subsequently host Firmina in its Santos digital hub in Brazil.
Telxius clients will profit from three redundant routes between the US and Brazil (Firmina, Brusa, SAm-1) in addition to three redundant routes extending to Argentina (Firmina, Tannat, SAm-1). These routes bolster the Telxius community’s resilience, making certain strong and low-latency connectivity spanning the Americas. Collectively, these community routes will improve worldwide connectivity and are anticipated to spice up the digital financial system, opening new alternatives for companies.
“We’re enthusiastic about becoming a member of Firmina which demonstrates our dedication to delivering low latency, enhanced variety and high-capacity networking throughout the Americas for our clients and companions. In as we speak’s quickly evolving enterprise panorama, we consider within the steady development of our worldwide submarine cable community to create main enterprise alternatives for all of us concerned. We’re additionally thrilled to announce the growth of our collaboration with Google and make sure our shared mission to collectively spend money on web infrastructure”, mentioned Mario Martín, CEO at Telxius.
The Telxius community has been designed to attach the principle digital knowledge hubs on either side of the Atlantic with a multiterabit, strong set of next-generation subsea cables totally serving the Americas and Europe whereas enhancing Telxius conventional routes. The Telxius community spans over 100,000 km of submarine and terrestrial fiber, together with eight next-generation subsea methods: Marea, Brusa, Dunant, Tannat, Junior, Mistral, Tikal, and now Firmina. Telxius additionally has a Tier-1 worldwide IP community (AS 12956) providing direct Web connectivity to main carriers and ISPs, with a capability of greater than 20 Tbps plus a wide-ranging portfolio of capability, colocation and safety companies throughout the globe.
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