Reliance Jio connects Maldives with High-Speed Optic Fibre cable

Reliance Jio Indian telecommunications major, Reliance Jio had come to Maldives countries with their service of telecommunication with the ceremony held at Hulhumale in Maldives on Friday. With a project cost of 22.5 million. this connection will originate in Mumbai and connects to Singapore, with more than 200 Tera byte per second with speeds of 100Gb/s, over a distance of 16,000 kilometres, in collaboration with Ocean Connect Maldives.

The Jio IAX project explained

IAX PROJECT Published DateHits
India-Asia Express (IAX) Lands in Maldives14-08-2364
Indian Government Approves Reliance’s IEX and IAX Projects25-11-221462
Jio to Land IAX in the Maldives, in Collaboration with Ocean Connect Maldives22-02-222619
Jio moves forward with IAX and IEX projects18-05-215152
Reliance Jio to Build IAX and IEX Submarine Cables15-01-205108

The Jio IAX project or  India-Asia-Xpress (IAX) is a submarine cable network connecting Mumbai and Chennai to Singapore and connecting the India-Europe-Xpress (IEX) in Mumbai. It is 12 cable landing stations across five nations, with branches in Matara (Sri Lanka), Satun (Thailand), and Morib (Malaysia), in addition to the main trunk from Tuas (Singapore) to Mumbai, built by Reliance Jio Infocomm 


Who is the owner of IAX cable?

Reliance Jio in partnership with Dialog Axiata is the owner of the IAX cable

What is the capacity of IAX cable?

IAX cable provides more than 200Tb/s of capacity at speeds of 100Gb/s, over 16,000 kilometres.