Telecom Egypt enables users to mix and match subsea connectivity

Telecom Egypt enables users to mix and match subsea connectivity
Telecom Egypt, a major service provider and one of the largest subsea cables operators in the region, has launched its new WeConnect ecosystem, providing, it says, agile access to Egypt’s extensive subsea cable infrastructure.
WeConnect enables users to mix and match connectivity between subsea cable systems in the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea using an open and neutral model.

WeConnect’s digital platform enables users to click-to-order cross-connectivity between the 14 subsea cable systems landing in Egypt’s ten cable stations, linked via the ten terrestrial routes spanning the country. WeConnect users can easily manage their commercial agreements through the online platform to enjoy accelerated access to the growing number of subsea cable systems with greater agility, adaptability, diversity, and resiliency. 

Through WeConnect’s cross-connection ecosystem, Telecom Egypt’s partners can easily log into the platform and route their traffic over different systems, enabling them to scale up wherever they see an opportunity, while having full control over their subsea cable connectivity.

WeConnect provides efficient scalability, with the potential to promote the reach of all applications and services to billions of potential end users. Building on Egypt’s geographic and geopolitical advantages, and with an open, neutral and transparent cross-connection model, Telecom Egypt says it emphasises its position as a go-to destination for international connectivity and a global digital infrastructure hub.

Thanks to this new, attractive, standardised pricing model, says Telecom Egypt, partners can now easily ‘land and expand’ and grow their digital infrastructure across three continents: Asia, Africa and Europe. 


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