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ScopeSky selects Datamena to deploy PoP

Wednesday 9 December 2015 | 17:10 CET | News
UAE-based data centre and connectivity platform Datamena announced a new collaboration with ScopeSky, Iraq's first licensed carrier-class fibre network. ScopeSky chose to deploy a point of presence (PoP) at Datamena. The deployment will extend ScopeSky's international network, adding Dubai to its existing presence in London and Frankfurt. ScopeSky will use the UAE-IX to connect with content delivery networks. In addition, ScopeSky has entered into a joint agreement with the Investment and Technology Group Company, which has the right of use for the Gulf Bridge International submarine cable to

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Datamena / Gulf Bridge International
Countries: Iraq
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