The Red2Med cable starts from the Ras Ghareb landing point in the Red Sea to the landing station in Port Said in the Mediterranean via the Golden Path on Al Murshideen Road (the Internet Corridor of Egypt, ICE).
The Red2Med cable offers a new crossing solution composed of three segments which are detached from the conventional public roads:
it begins in the south from the Al-Faston sea link to the Red Sea, which connects the landing stations in the Red Sea, Ras Ghareb, Zafarana and Suez, with a length of 200 km;
then extends north to the path of the Internet Corridor of Egypt ( ICE) along the western bank of the Suez Canal, to link Suez Landing Station 2 and Port Said Landing Station 2, with a length of 200 km;
to finally connect to the Fieston sea link for the Mediterranean Sea, which is scheduled to link the landing stations in the Mediterranean.
The Red2Med cable represents the shortest and fastest data transmission paths between East and West and the continents of Africa, Europe and Asia
The Red2Med cable is wholly owned and operated by Telecom Egypt.