Reliance Jio launches 25,000km-long submarine cable system
The system deploys 100Gbps transmission technology with a capacity of 40 Terabits.
Jio said it will cater the growing demand for video-centric data bandwidth and support all types of communications, content, and applications in India and beyond.
Jio and its 25,000 long submarine cable system
Data needs of world's second-largest telecom market are increasing
The submarine cable system, stretching over 25,000km from France's Marseille to Hong Kong, has 21 cable landings.
It comes at a time when India's data needs are increasing as the consumers are getting used to watching videos/TV and streaming music on-the-go.
100Gbps direct connectivity to global markets
The project is expected to offer the "requisite flexibility and diversity" to both customers and carriers.
By linking other cable systems and fiber networks, the system will provide direct access to all global hubs.
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