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Welcome to the Georgia-Russia Optical Fibre Submarine Cable System
- gateway to the Caucasus

The Georgia-Russia Optical Fibre Submarine Cable System was established in 1999 creating a Fibre Optical Gateway between Europe to the Caucasus region in the CIS and onwards to Iran, Central Asia and East Asia.

The Georgia-Russia Optical Fibre Submarine Cable System is equipped with 16chs 40Gbit/s DWDM transmission system, supplied by Alcatel Submarine Networks. The System is jointly owned and operated by Rostelecom, Russia, FOPTNET, Georgia and DanTelco, Denmark.

Exclusively optical fibre based connections.

The Georgia-Russia Optical Fibre Submarine Cable System connects Novorossisk in Russia and Poti in Georgia. It provides onwards access:

- via Rostelecom's terrestrial optical fibre network to Kasakhstan, China, Mongolia, Japan and others,
To Europe (such as Finland, Baltic States, Belarus, Ukraine) and to European IP centers in Stockholm, Sweden, London, United Kingdom and Frankfurt am Main, Germany

- via FOPTNET's terrestrial optical fibre network onwards to the Causacus region (Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaidjan), Iran, Kasahkstan, Central Asian Republics (Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tadjikistan), and East Asia via the Trans Asia Europe (TAE) optical fibre transmission system.

Operators may either lease capacity in the Georgia-Russia Optical Fibre Submarine Cable System or obtain Indefeasible Right of Use (IRU) for the lifetime of the System. Available capacity from 2 Mbit/sec.

We offer a wide range of high speed services (1GE, 10GE and 40GE) such as managed bandwidth and IP transit services.

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