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Reliance Globalcom, formerly known as Flag Telecom, is a division of Reliance Communications, manages the Global Telecom operations of India’s largest Integrated Telecom Service Provider. The company serves a customer base of over 1200 enterprises, 200 carriers and 1.5 million retail customers in 50 countries across 5 continents.

The company operates 'Reliance FLAG' which is the worlds largest private undersea cable system spanning 65,000 km. This is seamlessly integrated with 110,000 km of domestic optic fiber of Reliance Communications connecting it to 40 key business destinations in India, the Middle East, Asia, Europe, and the U.S. Reliance Globalcom’s Enterprise Division (formerly Yipes Inc.) provides managed Ethernet and application delivery services for the global enterprise. Reliance Globalcom also recently acquired Global Wimax operator called Ewaves and a leading Virtual network operator - Vanco Group. Reliance Globalcom is headed by its President, Mr. Punit Garg.

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Cable cut incidents in Middle East

On 30 January 2008, internet services were disrupted in large parts of the Middle East and India following damage to two undersea FALCON cables in the Mediterranean, near Egypt.[1] Third undersea internet cable was cut in the Gulf of Dubai on the 1 February. [2] Fourth cable cut occurred between the Qatari island of Haloul and the UAE island of Das on 1 February. [3] A fifth cable cut was reported near UAE on the 9 February with allegations of isolating Iran. [4]

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