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Du Internet traffic after turning get cut in undersea cables
Du customers noted in a brief statement Gateway Technical News obtained a copy of it from the get cut in the number of networks of partners submarine cables near the Arab Republic of Egypt last night January 23, 2016.
The company confirmed in a statement that she was in constant contact with the submarine cable companies, and is monitoring the situation with them permanently while being repaired pieces. The company reported that it has taken all precautions to mitigate the impact of this cut, and through the conversion of Internet traffic through alternative routes.
The company noted that it has exposed some customers to temporarily slow Internet services during peak times. She concluded her statement to apologize for any inconvenience caused pieces in submarine cables to their clients.Viewing:-180
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