Georgian company to use Armenian Ucom’s network to deliver internet to Iran
Armenia’s Ucom telecom provider and Georgia’s Caucasus Online signed an agreement on April 3 whereby Georgia will use the fiber optic network of the Armenian company for delivering Internet to Iran from early June.
Speaking at a news conference today, Ucom CEO, Hayk Yesayan, said the initial capacity will be up to 40 G / bit, then it will increase.
«We have created favorable conditions for the transit of Internet through Armenia and we hope that in the future we will be able to increase the traffic,» he said.
Ucom (Universal Communications) was founded in 2007. With assistance from Ericsson, the company has established a broadband network that covers the capital of Armenia. It provides Internet services, IP-TV and fixed telephony.
Adapted from Arka