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Launch of the first fiber-optic link to connect ground Gulf region to Europe via Iraq
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Launch of the first fiber-optic link to connect the ground Gulf region to Europe via Iraq
Gulf Bridge International announced “GBI”, a company run cables especially in the Middle East, today announced the new expansions in its network include the launch of the first fiber-optic link connecting ground all the Arab Gulf states continent of Europe.
And contain multiple paths through the land of Iraq and Turkey, to contribute effectively to the reduction of the time delay contact between the Gulf and Asia and to Europe, and the development of telecommunications services provided in the Middle East, as well as enhance system cabling company Marine extended to Europe, and provide options safety and security of the largest Network cable outage problems and other risks faced by the work of the telecommunications sector.
The announcement of the launch of the new link in a boost for the effectiveness of the company’s current path through Egyptian territory and from there to Europe, and strengthens the readiness of the network to meet the interruption of operations or attendant cables this sector of other challenges.
Said Ahmed Mekki, Board Member and CEO of Gulf Bridge International: “The new route to our network across the territory of Iraq and Turkish leap great quality of the telecommunications sector in the region and the world, as a means of connecting directly contribute in providing a faster connection and stings transfer higher data while reducing the time delay Contact, ensuring avoid exposure area to repeated incidents of break the Internet, such as those seen in the region for three days during the year 2008. ”
He added: “This investment comes in the framework of our vision to connect the world in the Gulf region through the latest communication technologies, and support continued development of the sector of information and communication technology in the region, with a population of one sixth of the world’s population.”
The track offers the company’s new North stings continuous data transfer via the link station, “FAO” of the landing of submarine cables located in southern Iraq, where stretching a fiber-optic link through land of Iraq and Turkey to Istanbul and from there to the German city of Frankfurt. The Gulf Bridge International, the first company to run Cables freely offering integrated communication system between Europe and the Gulf region through the Mediterranean, Egypt, the Red Sea or across the Turkish and Iraqi territories.
And allows connection of new communication to telecom operators in the region varied options for paths of communication between Europe and the Gulf region, accounting for alternatives sophisticated focal points traditional between Asia and Europe, which ensures operators services meet all the needs of their customers to enjoy the services of communication going and is cut, where cooperates ” GBI “closely with all operators to meet the growing demand for global data transfer capacities high.
The company “GBI” had launched the Keppladtha system in February 2012, to provide high-bandwidth data transfer within the first GCC based network design annular includes communication paths extends to Europe, Africa and Asia. The company and through follow to form a balanced work and ownership of independent, providing services to all telecom operators and Internet service providers, allowing new operators entering markets in the region with ease to provide modern communication to customers, and to enable existing operators to diversify routes to deliver services to ensure the best services.
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