A Reliance international private line is a dedicated, leased point-to-point digital circuit for the bulk transport of data, voice and video. It allows simultaneous two-way transmissions of digital signals at speeds ranging from 64 Kbps to 155 Mbps.Product variants
Half circuit: In partnership with Reliance Communications Inc.
Full circuit: End-to-End connectivity in partnership with all major international carriers. A full circuit, it has one point in India and other point in a foreign country.
Reliance Globalcom:The leader in global business communications
Reliance Globalcom, a division of Reliance Communications, spearheads the Global Telecom operations of India's largest Integrated Telecom Service Provider. Reliance Globalcom brings together the synergies of Reliance Communications' Global Business encompassing Enterprise Services, Capacity Sales, Managed Services and a highly successful bouquet of Retail products and services comprising of Global Voice, Internet Solutions and Value Added Services. The company serves over 2,100 enterprises, 200 carriers and 2.5 million retail customers in 163 countries across 6 continents.
Reliance Globalcom owns the world's largest private undersea cable system spanning 65,000 Kilometers seamlessly integrated with Reliance Communications' domestic optic fiber running over 190,000 Kilometers, providing a robust Global Service Delivery Platform connecting 40 key business markets in India, USA, Europe, the Middle East, and the Asia Pacific region. With its recent acquisition of eWave World (now Reliance WiMAX World), a pioneer in the global WiMAX space, Reliance Globalcom has the capability to launch 4G services in over 50 countries. It has also acquired the Vanco Group (now Reliance Vanco Group), enabling the company to provide managed services to over 230 countries and territories across the globe. For further information, please visit www.relianceglobalcom.comClick here for enlarged view Reliance Globalcom Submarine Cables
FLAG Europe-Asia: The world's longest privately funded under-sea fiber-optic cable system, it stretches more than 28,000 km - from the UK to Japan - and has landing sites in 13 countries.
FLAG Atlantic-1: The world's first multi-terabit trans-oceanic dual cable system. It provides a fully protected city-to-city service between London, Paris and New York.
FLAG North Asian loop: Handles Internet traffic within Asia and offers city-to-city connectivity between Hong Kong, Seoul, Tokyo and Taipei.
FLAG Europe: A terrestrial network, it links major European business centers and provides intercontinental SDH capacity, as well as 10 Gbps optical wavelength connectivity.