Australia: DXN enters agreement to deliver four cable landing stations for EMCS

May 07, 2024 | Posted by Abdul-Rahman Oladimeji

Australian data center firm DXN has signed a US$3.8 million contract to deliver four cable landing stations for the East Micronesia Cable System (EMCS), expected  to be complete in Q1 of 2025. This would be the first submarine cable connection for the islands of Tarawa, Nauru, and Kosrae.

Shalini Lagrutta, CEO of DXN, said: “DXN is delighted to be selected by the EMCS countries to deploy their cable landing stations. DXN has a growing reputation of being the go-to trusted partner to provide quality, secure, and reliable data center infrastructure for the subsea cable industry.”

She added: “This is DXN’s largest contract to date and is testament to the DXN team on its submissions and the care taken with our customers to ensure they receive the best solutions for deployment of cable landing stations in remote locations.”