AMEER cable was established to be an alternative route connecting Middle East with Europe avoiding Egypt and the Suez Canal.
The route starts from Datamena and reaching major POPs in Europe through a combination of terrestrial and submarine cables for a number of leading operators in the region (DU, ITC, Orange Jordan, Paltel & TTI ).
The route can carry up to 50 Gbps of protected capacity and supporting both SDH and Ethernet options, where it provides 99.9% availability for protected option and 99.5% for unprotected option. Mean Time To Repair (MTTR) for terrestrial part is 4 hours for protected and 8 hours for unprotected services.
The route is also providing competitive RTD figures of around 110 msec end-to-end.
The speed in activation and delivery is also another key advantage for this cable.