Customer story

Pioneering connectivity across the North-West passage

"The support Cinia got from Spinverse in the preparation of the CEF Digital project proposal worked very well and yielded excellent results. I was especially impressed by the experienced Spinverse team taking an overall responsibility on ensuring the progress of the proposal. Further, the Spinverse experts actively presented different sections of the suitable solutions as the proposal progressed."

Pertti Hyvärinen, Senior Vice President Business Development, Cinia.

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Funding instrument

Connecting Europe Facility (CEF)

The Far North Fiber Europe 1 project consists of marine ground survey in the North Atlantic segment of the Global far North Fiber, a critical step in preparing for the installation of a robust subsea cable system. The project also aims to build three cable landing stations in Norway, Ireland, and Finland, respectively.

Key challenges

The project addresses the critical need for a resilient and secure digital infrastructure capable of low-latency connections.

How we reached the goals

Spinverse played a key role in securing project funding by providing expert support in the application writing process. Our experience in innovation management and securing financing for investment projects was instrumental in articulating the project's potential impact and benefits.

Key takeaways

Far North Fiber is a 14,500 km route greatly reducing the optical distance between Japan and Western Europe. The Far North Fiber Europe 1 project will provide marine ground surveys for the North Atlantic segment of the global project and build cable landing stations in Finland and Ireland, and a power feed station in Norway.

Impact of the project

The project will boost Europe's digital sovereignty and connectivity through a cutting-edge, energy-efficient subsea cable network.