Combined together with existing systems owned and operated by Aqua Comms, AEConnect-2 offers resilient, ring-based infrastructure between the East Coast of the U.S., Ireland, and Northern Europe, connecting the hubs of the pan-Atlantic hyperscale data centre industry in North America, Ireland and Scandinavia
Aqua Comms will market and sell capacity services and raw spectrum on its portion of the HAVFRUE cable system under the brand name America Europe Connect-2 (AEC-2)
The build of the HAVFRUE / AEC-2 cable system, together with existing systems owned and operated by Aqua Comms, will create a resilient, ring-based infrastructure between the East Coast of the U.S., Ireland, and Northern Europe
2. Capitalised Leases
Typical lease terms of 12, 24 and 36 months are offered. Various IRU terms are offered between 5 and 20 years, allowing capacity ownership and providing the most cost-efficient options.
Connecting the hubs of the pan-Atlantic hyperscale data centre industry in North America, Ireland, and Scandinavia.
AEConnect-2 infrastructure network services will be delivered to and from modern, high-reliability, carrier-neutral interconnection points at NJFX, in Wall, New Jersey, and 1025Connect in Long Island, New York, with a resilient network connection in between, offering a Manhattan bypass route increasing diversity and resiliency in the region. In Europe, the services will be offered from all landing stations and carrier-neutral, metro area Points of Presence (PoPs) in Dublin, London, Amsterdam, and Blaajberg, where the system will more than double fibre connectivity to Denmark, increasing the diversity and reliability of the Internet to the region.
Our Additional Low Latency Networks
The Reliable, Low Latency Network Directly Connecting Ireland, the U.K. and the U.S.
Aqua Comms owns and operates CeltixConnect-1, a 72-fibre pair subsea cable connecting Ireland and the U.K.
Connects with CeltixConnect-1 to form a fully diverse and reliable circuit between Dublin and Manchester.
The first modern, high capacity system crossing the North Sea from the North East U.K. to mainland Europe.