EXA Infrastructure Adds Fifth Transatlantic Route to Network Footprint

The new route provides greater diversity, reliability, and capacity to meet the growing demand for transatlantic connectivity.

Highlights

  • EXA Infrastructure adds fifth transatlantic route to network footprint.
  • Dunant cable strengthens EXA's transatlantic presence.
  • New route provides greater diversity, reliability, and capacity.

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EXA Infrastructure Adds Fifth Transatlantic Route to Network Footprint
London-headquartered digital infrastructure platform connecting Europe and North America, EXA Infrastructure, announced last week that it has added a fifth transatlantic route to its network footprint. This addition is the Dunant cable, which connects the US and Europe via a southern corridor across the Atlantic. This investment follows EXA's partnership with Bulk Fiber Networks, which includes the Havfrue subsea cable connecting the US to Norway and Denmark, and integrating it into EXA's extensive European backbone.

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Transatlantic Network Expansion

According to EXA Infrastructure, this new route complements EXA's existing cables that connect Paris and Bordeaux in France to the large data centre clusters in Virginia Beach, Richmond, and Ashburn in the US. Furthermore, this new route provides excellent diversity compared to other transatlantic cables, and it also connects to EXA's extensive European backbone, extending onwards to Madrid, Barcelona, and Marseille via distinct routes, as stated by the company.

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"The transatlantic is the largest subsea market globally and with the anticipated growth in the market EXA is uniquely positioned to provide our customers with the greatest choice of diversity and availability across our five transatlantic routes," stated EXA Infrastructure. "The addition of the Dunant cable to our portfolio, which is 400G and spectrum ready accelerates our mission to become the undisputed pan-European and transatlantic data centre to data centre connectivity provider."

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Infrastructure for Reliable Connectivity

EXA said its footprint now extends to 18,000 kilometres of owned subsea cable infrastructure and 20 cable landing stations that it owns. The company is committed to ongoing investment and expansion of its network to meet the increasing connectivity demands of today and the future.

Additionally, EXA is a fibre pair owner on eight other subsea cables around Europe and the Mediterranean, demonstrating its investment in subsea infrastructure to provide customers with reliable, low-latency, and high-performance data connections.

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