RailCom Raahbar Company
How we do it?
Railcom Raahbar Company was established with private sector investment to participate in developing the telecommunications infrastructure. International bandwidth transit (border to border) through the existing fiber optic network is the main objective of the company. To achieve this goal over a 16-year contract with the Islamic Republic of Iran Railways, the company has the right to exploit 10,000 km of fiber-optic for 15 years. The first phase of the company’s investment is the north-south project including Bazargan landing point (Turkish border), Norduz landing point (border with Armenia) and Bandar Abbas landing point (water border with Gulf States). East-West project (Digital Silk Roads) is the second stage of the company’s investment, including landing points of Bazargan and Mirjaveh (Pakistan border).
100G POTN / DWDM is the latest technology of data transit for ultra-long haul which has been utilized in North-South and East-West projects. The initial capacity is 3.2 Tb/s which can be promoted up to 9.6 Tb/s. 10GE and STM64 services are able to be offered to clients in both routes. several types of mechanisms have been considered as protection like Back up route, Equipment level protection, Management level protection, Network level protection (ODUK 1+1 SNCP) and telecom rooms in both routes are monitored by smart systems.
Why we do it?
Internet bandwidth transmission over fiber is an inevitable requirement of the modern societies. With the ever increasing demand from end users for the higher bandwidths and speeds for video streaming services and applications, the most cost-effective way to achieve is fiber optics technology. Iran, with its unique geographical position, is the best candidate as a secure, credible and reliable alternative transit route with low latency for international operators.
- The Shortest route to Europe
- Less latency
- All Route With protection Routes and SLA (1+1)
- 100 Gbps POTN/DWDM Technology
- Supply the 10 Gbps volume up to 9.6Tbps volume
- Connect south of Iran to North of Iran
- Connect East to West of Iran (digital Silk road)