Jio’s Confidence in Landing the IAX Submarine Cable System in the Maldives

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Jio's Confidence in Landing the Multi-Terabit India-Asia-Express (IAX) Submarine Cable System in the Maldives

Reliance Jio has announced the introduction of a multi-terabit India-Asia-Express (IAX) submarine cable system in the Maldives. This system connects the island nations to internet hubs in India and Singapore.

Reliance Jio announces landing IAX system in Maldives

The fast, high-capacity IAX submarine cable system connects Hulhumale Island, south of the Maldives’ North Male Atoll, to a major internet hub. This will provide safe, high quality and affordable internet services in the country.

The The IAX submarine cable system aims to provide high-capacity, high-speed Internet routes.Originating in Mumbai, it goes all the way to Singapore. The IAX line has additional branches, landing in Malaysia and Thailand. Jio will land the IAX system in the Maldives by partnering with the national government and Ocean Connect Maldives.

Through a press release, Reliance Jio said, “These high-capacity, high-speed systems are”Capacity of 200 Tb / s or more at speeds 100Gb / s, over 16,000 kilometers.. “

Mathew Oommen, President of Reliance Jio, described how today’s global economy is struggling with low-latency broadband to connect people, businesses, content, and online services. With the introduction of the IAX system, the Maldives aims to promote social and economic development. This move will give citizens access to high-speed Internet connections at an affordable price.In addition, this Partnerships also help support Web3.0-enabled internet services..

“IAX not only connects Maldives to content hubs around the world, but also supports the explosive growth in data demand expected from new initiatives launched by the Maldives government. Jio is working with the Maldives government to support the explosive growth in data demand. We are very pleased to be able to help realize this ambition by providing high quality terabit capacity to support Web 3.0 compliant Internet services. ” Oommen said.

With IAX Jio is also developing an India-Europe-Xpress (IEX) cable system that connects Mumbai and Milan., Land in Savona. Additional landings on this line include the Middle East, North Africa, and the Mediterranean. The IAX system is expected to be ready by the end of 2023, while the IEX system will be ready for service by mid-2024.