The Trans Europe Asia System (TEAS) is a new generation of data transport infrastructure which will serve the rapidly growing requirements of the markets between Europe and India.
The Trans Europe Asia System (TEAS) is developed by Cinturion Corp Ltd., with funding support from Stonecourt Capital, an investment firm based in New York.
TEAS is a trans-regional network that seamlessly links two new diverse connections across the Arabian Peninsula that are designed to support the future needs of key data centers, linking India, the Middle East and Europe. TEAS network is consists of:
A pair of submarine cables Med West (MW) and Med East (ME) that run from European landing points ( Marseilles, France and Bari, Italy ) to the Eastern Mediterranean coast.
Two terrestrial telecom networks continue across Jordan and Saudi Arabia, one on a northern route to Ras Al Khair and the other on a southern route to Aqaba.
From Aqaba there will be a submarine cable India Middle East (IME) that continues out of the Gulf of Aqaba, into the Red Sea, landing in Thuwal, K.S.A., and around the Arab Peninsula to Oman, U.A.E. and Bahrain landing in Ras Al Khair, with two branches extending to Mumbai across the Indian Ocean, with an additional branch to Gwadar.