Network Coverage
Submarine Cable Overview

(SMW3)South East Asia–Middle East–Western Europe 3

  • Operational since 2000.
  • Longest system in the world (39,000Km).
  • Current capacity of 505Gbps.
  • SMW 3 lands in 39 points in 33 countries.

For more information about SMWE3 please visit www.smw3.com

SMW-3

(SMW4) South East Asia–Middle East–Western Europe 4

  • Spans 20,000Km across the world.
  • Design capacity 1.2 Tbps.
  • SMW4 connects 14 countries and will permit an alternative route to SMW 3 for major destinations.
  • The system is amongst the most economical and most advanced cable systems in the region.

For more information about SMWE4 please visit www.seamewe4.com

SMW-4

SAS-1

  • Operational since 2003.
  • Point-to-point, 333Km long repeater-less cable system linking Jeddah with Sudan.
  • 1.28Tbps capacity.
  • SAS-1

(“I ME WE”) India Middle East Western Europe:

  • Operational since 2010.
  • System length of (? 10,500Km).
  • Designed capacity of 3.84 Tb.
  • IMEWE lands in 10 points comprising 8 countries.

For more information about SMWE4 please visit www.imewecable.com

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(EIG) Europe India Gateway:

  • Operational since 2010.
  • System length of (? 12000Km.)
  • Designed capacity of about 3 Tbps.
  • EIG lands in 14 points among 12 countries.
  • EIG

EASSY Eastern Africa Submarine Cable System:

  • Operational since 2009.
  • System length of (? 10,500Km).
  • Design capacity of 2.56 Tbps.
  • Essay covering east African countries from Sudan to South Africa.
  • Essay lands in 8 points throughout 8 countries.

For more information about EASSY please visit www.eassy.org

Eassy

MENA-GBI