Cinia and The David Ross Group announced a new deal for asset and capacity sales for the new, high-performance subsea fiber route, C-Lion1, today at ITW 2016. Connecting Finland and Germany via the Baltic Sea, the high-quality, cyber-secure route links key data centers in Northern and Central Europe, as well as offers low latency connectivity between Europe and Asia.
C-Lion1 offers a new, diverse option for companies in the region requiring low-latency, information-secure data transmission capacity. The cable route was completed in January 2016 and will act as a data highway for the data stemming from cloud computing, big data and digitalization. Finland acts as an important hub between eastern and western Europe, allowing C-Lion1 customers new connectivity and data center opportunities.
“Network operators continually seek to improve resiliency and latency performance,” continues Eric Gutshall, Founder & Global Head of Asset and Capacity Sales of DRG affiliate United Cable Company. “C-Lion1 is a terrific asset that supports both. The timing for this next phase of the relationship couldn’t be better with C-Lion1 planning to enter commercial service later this month.”
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