Transit Capacity Solution Orange Jordan offers Transit Capacity Solution to its customers to allow them to transit their traffic between two border points, or between border and landing station, over its solid and robust network. The solution is available over SDH and DWDM systems, with different capacity ranges staring from E1 and up to STM 64 (10 Gbps). Dedicated and cost-effective connectivity, available 24/7. Advantages: Dedicated and specialized team to perfectly design the solution, based on customer requirements. OSS option (One Stop Shop), with single point of contact for ordering, activation, troubleshooting and billing. End-to-end solution with local loop option. Secure and reliable connectivity. 24-hour dedicated connection. 24/7 total support. Cost effective solutions with flexible contract terms and conditions. IPLC (International Private Leased circuit) Orange Jordan customers can increase their network reachability and connect to the major hubs and cities in Europe and Middle East using Orange Jordan IPLC solution. This solution integrates terrestrial and submarine segments with multiple route options to provide the highest level of availability possible to satisfy customers’ needs. Private connection with top level of SLA Advantages: Dedicated and specialized team to perfectly design the solution, based on customer requirements. OSS option (One Stop Shop), with single point of contact for ordering, activation, troubleshooting and billing. End-to-end solution with local loop option. Secure and reliable connectivity. 24-hour dedicated connection. 24/7 total support. Cost effective solutions, with flexible contract terms and conditions. Ethernet over MPLS (EoMPLS) Ethernet solution can be the best choice for customers who are looking for point-to-point cost effective solution with high protection over backbone. This solution allows customers to connect any two locations, inside and outside Jordan, using Ethernet over MPLS technology. The Solution is supporting speeds starting from 1 Mbps and up to 150 Mbps and higher speeds are also supported on a case by case basis. The best alternative for traditional leased lines Advantages: OSS option (One Stop Shop), with single point of contact for ordering, activation, troubleshooting and billing. Backbone protection. Bandwidth efficiency. Secure & dedicated network. Flexible topology. 24/7 total support. Cost-effective solutions, with flexible contract terms and conditions. Read more about (EoMPLS) Projects and systems Alternative Middle East Europe RouteAMEER cable was established to be an alternative route connecting Middle East with Europe avoiding Egypt and the Suez Canal.The route starts from Datamena and reaching major POPs in Europe through a combination of terrestrial and submarine cables for a number of leading operators in the region (DU, ITC, Orange Jordan, Paltel & TTI ).The route can carry up to 50 Gbps of protected capacity and supporting both SDH and Ethernet options, where it provides 99.9% availability for protected option and 99.5% for unprotected option. Mean Time To Repair (MTTR) for terrestrial part is 4 hours for protected and 8 hours for unprotected services.The route is also providing competitive RTD figures of around 110 msec end-to-end.The speed in activation and delivery is also another key advantage for this cable. Regional Cable Network (RCN)RCN is another alternative path connecting the Gulf with Europe, the cable starts from Fujairah-UAE and ends in Turkey passing through UAE, KSA, Jordan, Syria and Turkey.The system has dropping points in Riyadh, Amman, Tartus, and Turkey, with the possibility of adding wet segments from Tartus landing station over other subsea cables to reach Europe and provide another kind of diversity.The system was designed to carry a huge capacity reaching to 1.2 Tbps and provide high level of end-to-end protection.Capacity supported by this cable are on the level of 10 Gbps, STM-16,1 Gbps and STM-4. JADI cable (Jeddah, Amman, Damascus and Istanbul)JADI is another fiber cable that was launched since 2010 to carry traffic between Far East and Europe.It was launched by Orange, STC, STE and TTI, all of which are leading operators in the region, to be alternative route to the Mediterranean subsea cables voiding the region bottle neck.The cable can carry a huge capacity, reaching to 8 Tbps towards the north (Turkey) and South (Jeddah), with high level of protection.