Media coverage20 October 2017

In a class of its own

Capacity magazine
Italian carrier Retelit has an unmatched offer for customers looking for diverse, low latency Ethernet-based connectivity between the Mediterranean and Asia, via Africa and the Middle East. Retelit, the global provider of infrastructure and data services, has a unique offering for customers looking for fastand dependable connectivity between the major commercial hubs of Europe and Asia. Read more
Media coverage16 May 2017

From the Far East to Italy and on through Europe

Capacity magazine
Retelit, the Italian partner on the AAE-1 submarine cable, has been gearing itself up for the launch of the 25,000km network between Europe and the Far East in the coming days. And it has certainly been busy – not only has Retelit just unveiled an innovative connectivity partnership with Belgium-based global carrier BICS, but it has also invested in Sicily-based consortium Open Hub Med. Federico Protto, Retelit’s CEO, explains how these moves will ensure that it maximises its AAE-1 offering to customers. Read more
Media coverage07 March 2017

Retelit and BICS open up new route to Europe for AAE-1 cable

Italian telecommunications infrastructure provider Retelit has teamed up with BICS, a Belgium-based global wholesale carrier, to announce a joint connectivity service that will bridge Europe, via Bari in Italy, to Singapore and Hong Kong through the Asia-Africa-Europe-1 (AAE-1) subsea cable system. Combining their respective infrastructures across Italy and Europe, Retelit and BICS have developed a new backhaul product to satisfy high capacity connectivity demand from Asia, the Middle East and Africa to Milan, Frankfurt, London, Amsterdam, Paris and other key European locations with what it claims is the lowest latency in the market. Read more
Media coverage03 March 2017

A bridge between continents

Capacity magazine
Italian carrier Retelit is all set for the imminent launch of the AAE-1 submarine cable, as a member of the international consortium behind it. The company's network is connected to a landing station in Bari to support the 25,000km cable between Europe and the Far East, and Retelit has also bolstered its network in Europe. Giuseppe Sini, head of the international business unit at Retelit, explains the carrier's role in the market and on the new cable. Read more