Recently, the BELLA consortium signed a contract with the private consortium EllaLink to start deploying the European-Latin American submarine cable connection.
Submarine cables provide reliable high-capacity connectivity to facilitate business, scientific and cultural exchanges between the two continents.filling compound for optical fiber cable
The new digital data highway is scheduled to go live in 2020. Submarine cables will ensure high-capacity transmission and operation between Portugal and Brazil, and plans to expand connectivity with Latin America and the EU.glass yarn for optical fiber cable
This transatlantic interconnection will provide researchers and enterprises with the convenience of data economic development. It should strengthen the links between the research and education networks of the two continents in order to carry out new cooperative activities. This will be a step in the establishment of the EU-Latin American joint research area and will support innovation and knowledge sharing, such as improving Earth observation services.optical fiber loose tube filler
In addition to building submarine cables, BELLA will also support connectivity between Latin American research and education networks and fund cable construction between countries in the region. This will reduce the digital divide between Latin America and Europe.filling compound for optical fiber loose tube
signing is an important milestone connecting Europe and Latin America. Construction of submarine cables can only begin once the contract has taken effect.PE pellets for optical cable
The European Commission has invested approximately 26.5 million euros with the public stakeholders that make up the BELLA consortium.
The BELLA Alliance includes 11 European and Latin American research and education networks from Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, France, Germany, Italy, Portugal and Spain, as well as regional network RedCLARA, Latin American research and education network, pan-European research and education. Network GEANT.