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SEACOM services now protected across Egypt

14 Nov 2012 10:19
After extensive testing, SEACOM, last week, activated the second of its two terrestrial routes across Egypt. It is reported that SEACOM is the only East Africa cable system to have the capability of providing resilience across Egypt to its customers for traffic routed to Europe and the US.
SEACOM services now protected across EgyptThe activation of the new route follows the activation of the primary route on 22 January 2012.

Claes Segelberg, chief technology officer at SEACOM, says, "Customers are now protected against any disruptions to the primary route across Egypt with an alternate route. We are proud to be the first cable system in the region to offer our customers this additional protection as part of SEACOM's continuous drive to enhance services to our customers.

"This important link in the system will provide an excellent resilient low-latency foundation for the IP product and content services we offer our customers," adds the CEO of SEACOM, Mark Simpson.

"In addition to the Egypt route, we also offer our IP customers breakout options to Mumbai, India - another first among Africa's network providers."

For more, go to www.seacom.mu
    
 
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