HAMILTON, Bermuda --Cinturion Corp Ltd., a global provider of scalable, subsea and terrestrial capacity-based network solutions, announced that it has executed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) agreement with Alliance Networks to be its Landing Party partner in Bahrain.  Alliance Networks has been granted by the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of The Kingdom of Bahrain a license for the international telecommunication services.  As a provider of international and high-speed services in Bahrain and the region and with onward interconnections in the region, the partnership of Cinturion and Alliance will provide customers with leading edge data connectivity and international reach.

Cinturion’s TEAS – Trans Europe Asia System, is the most advanced submarine and terrestrial network, enabling high-speed, resilient, and secure connections.  TEAS system consists of two separate connections across the Mediterranean Sea, continuing with two paths inter-linking the Middle East, with multiple routes across the Arabian Peninsula, and a route through the Gulf of Aqaba and the Red Sea. TEAS, the first new dual path system of its kind, provides geographically diverse routes enabling new services with its unique optical capabilities to support modern Data Center deployments, bringing broadband and low latency access to the European, Middle East, African and Indian markets.

Alliance Networks provides telecommunications services to national and international providers.  With access to domestic and regional fiber optic networks, Alliance Networks, in the telecommunications market, currently offers diverse fiber connectivity between Bahrain and other Gulf Countries, leveraging its position as a carrier-neutral hub. 

Greg Varisco, Chief Executive Officer of Cinturion says, “The partnership with Alliance Networks and Cinturion will provide the most advanced, secure and innovative technologies to West Asia through Bahrain, addressing the rising global demand for high quality international bandwidth.”

Adel Al Daylami, Alliance Networks CEO says, “The strategic partnership with Centurion will link and position Bahrain and the region to the multiple layers of infrastructure diversity, which include establishing new subsea landing stations and crossing routes that will cater for the rising regional demand for international capacities.”


About Cinturion Corp Ltd.

With its key management having a long history of involvement in the development and implementation of submarine telecommunications cable systems worldwide, is focused on the development of new fiber-optic networks utilizing the latest submarine cable systems coupled with the latest terrestrial technology for greenfield or underserved markets. The strength of Cinturion comes from its diverse and experienced members’ profiles that includes senior management, technical, financial, project management, systems engineering and sales, representing all the core elements required for successfully implementing major international systems.

About Alliance Networks

Alliance Networks is a regional digital infrastructure service provider aims to strengthen the connectivity of the Gulf region by bridging high speed connectivity Infrastructure with datacenters, Internet exchange, cloud and content platforms . Alliance Networks value propositions serve as a catalyst to growth, innovation and contribute to the economic development within the region and beyond.

For Further Information Visit:   www.alliancenetworks.co/ and www.cinturiongroup.com

For Media Inquiries Contact:  m.marhoon@alliancenetworks.co and lcruise@cinturiongroup.com at Cinturion