Telxius accelerates Caribbean connectivity

Telxius accelerates Caribbean connectivity

Telxius, a leading global connectivity provider, is opening its latest submarine cable route with the extension of SAm-1 between Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic to Puerto Rico.

The route, in service from April 2024, serves as a vital link between the Caribbean and the US as well as wider Latin America via the Brusa, PCCS and SAm-1 cables.

This extension expands Telxius’ network capabilities and further bridges the gap between the Caribbean and the Americas with ultra-high-capacity connectivity.

It is the first public cable covering this route with such high capacity. Telxius enables secure and resilient access to the world’s digital hubs and this route demonstrates Telxius’ strong focus on boosting communications in Latin America.

“This new route underscores Telxius’ dedication to advancing technology and enabling Digital Transformation. Our developments across the region are driven by growing customer demand and new opportunities to support local and global enterprises and we are continually evolving our capabilities to better serve the needs of our customers in this fast- growing market. This new route will accelerate Digital Transformation in key regions, allowing them to fully participate in today’s digital economy,” said Mario Martín, CEO, Telxius.

By leveraging this advanced infrastructure, enterprises in the Dominican Republic will experience improved connectivity, facilitating smoother communication, commerce and collaboration both regionally and globally.

The US and wider LATAM region can seamlessly be reached via the Brusa, PCCS and SAm-1 cables – the three being part of the extensive Telxius international network.

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