To facilitate and enable OTTs, Carriers and Cable Consortiums to have a secure, low-latency alternative to Marseille as a cable landing hub in the Mediterranean. The strategically planned Unitirreno submarine cable network will support Genoa development and deliver strategic landing points for intercontinental cables from Asia, the Middle East and Africa while providing a new route to major digital infrastructure hubs across Europe but also to create a better connection North-South Italy and Sardinia.
Founding partner of Unidata and Chairman of the Board of Directors since 2022. In the ICT sector since 1970 and an advocate for the industry, Renato has served as president of the Italian Internet Provider Association (AIIP) and is currently president of the NaMeX Consortium and the Fondazione Mondo Digitale.
Arturo’s career span over 40 years in the international telecom and ICT environments covering key C-level positions in the design, planning, operations and marketing of complex global wholesale infrastructures and digital transformation. In parallel, played significant role as an educator at a number of universities in Italy and internationally.
Chris has over 25 years of experience in the international with focus on the subsea cable sector. He has held various senior management positions in commercial and corporate development at companies including AT&T-Unisource, Global Crossing, Pacnet and Global Cloud Xchange and has had postings in Amsterdam, Los Angeles and Singapore.
Unitirreno’s Open Cable System is based on 24 x fiber pair, end-2-end Mazara-Genoa Trunk Infrastructure:
The shortest path to Northern Europe from Sicily via Genoa/Milan: 9msec:
The most reliable path in terms of outages and faults:
In questa mappa ti daremo evidenza, step dopo step, delle aree già cablate in fibra ottica da Unifiber e di quelle di prossimo cablaggio.
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