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November 16, 2011
HONG KONG -- Tata Communications, a global communications service provider that owns and operates the world’s largest subsea cable network, and Nawras, Oman’s customer-friendly communications provider, today announce the launch of the Oman to India TGN-Gulf cable. The undersea cable will be used to instantaneously route voice and data traffic from Oman to Mumbai (India) and onwards to the rest of the world, via the Tata Global Network (TGN).
The new cable link offers enormous capacity for broadband and high quality voice services, enabling Nawras to meet the growing demand for international voice and data services from its customers – be it in the form of calls or internet surfing.
“We are proud to bring a new cable system to Oman in association with Nawras,” says Radwan Moussalli, Tata Communications’ Managing Director, Middle East and North Africa (MENA). “The Middle East is fast establishing itself as an emerging market hotspot for business which brings with it the need for solid infrastructure and associated enterprise services that require high speed bandwidth. This launch is yet another step in our overall strategy to participate and assist in the rapid development of this key region.”
Tata Communications Ltd.
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