Reliance Jio 5G Mega Plan: Reliance Jio, India’s largest 4G and mobile broadband company, is building an international submarine cable system. Reliance Jio will lay down two submarine cables of the next generation. It is being designed keeping in mind the data needs of India and the entire Indian region. Jio has joined hands with several major global partners and world-class submarine cable supplier Subcom for this.
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The Company will Work on the IAX and IEX Project
The India-Asia-Express (IAX) system will connect India eastward to Singapore and beyond. Whereas the India-Europe-Express (IEX) system will connect India to the Middle East and Europe to the west. IAX and IEX will enhance the ability to deliver data and cloud services in India and outside India.
200Tbps Speed will be Available
Since the launch of Jio in 2016, there has been an extraordinary boom in data demand in India. Due to this surge in data consumption, India has emerged on the international data network map today. This high speed system will provide a capacity of over 200Tbps for a distance of around 16,000 km.
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Will Get Help in Work Like 5G, IoT
Reliance Jio President, Matthew Omran said, “Reliance Jio Network is at the forefront of digital services and data consumption in India. To meet the demands of streaming video, remote workforce, 5G, IoT, the first of its kind. Jio is leading the creation of India-centric IAX and IEX systems. It is a challenge to carry out this important work amid the global epidemic, but the epidemic has also underscored the need for high-level connectivity for digital services. Reliance Jio 5G Mega Plan.
Connectivity will be Available From Many Countries
The IAX cable system will connect India, the world’s fastest growing economy, to the Asia Pacific markets. This will provide express connectivity to Mumbai, Chennai, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore. The IEX system will connect India to Europe, Italy to the Middle East and North Africa.
The IAX and IEX systems also connect to Reliance Jio’s global fiber network, which connects the eastern and western coasts of the US. The IAX is expected to be ready for service in mid-2023, while the IEX will be ready for service in early 2024.