Cinia, Finland’s ICT service provider, revealed that C-fiber Hanko will invest in Arctic Connect, the Arctic submarine cable system, to establish a digital bridge between Europe and Asia through the Northeast Passage.
It is reported that the project commissioned by the Finnish Ministry of Communications will be operated by Cinia. At present, C-Fiber Hanko has already connected the 1200 km C-Lion1 submarine cable in Helsinki, Finland, with the interconnection between Mecklenburg in northern Germany and Helsinki in Finland.filling compound for fiber optic cable
The C-Lion1 submarine cable system consists of 8 pairs of fibers with a total capacity of 144 Tbps. In addition, the Arctic Connect route may also include a route connecting Gulf of Bothnia and Hanko Peninsula, also known as the C-Lion2 system. filling gel for optical fiber
Therefore, once completed, the Arctic Connect submarine cable system will connect Europe, North America and Asia. According to the current plan, the system will include six fiber pairs with a capacity of 60 Tbps and a total length of 18,000 kilometers. filling jelley for optical fiber cable