Despite the dismal weather it’s a great day for Seaborn as the marine cable landing of Seabras-1 in Brazil is now complete as the cable is pulled to shore from the installation vessel.
10,800+km of cable, 125 repeaters and multiple branching units are now in position as we near the ready-for-service date.
Seaborn’s skilled operations team was on hand (no pun intended!) to ensure all went smoothly despite the rain.
Seabras-1 is the only direct POP-POP system to connect NY metro with São Paulo. Branching units from Seabras-1 will allow for additional route diversity to Virginia Beach, Miami, St. Croix, Fortaleza, Rio de Janeiro, and Brazil South. Seaborn’s ARBR system will connect Praia Grande to Las Toninas, for onward connectivity to Buenos Aires.Posted on 13th June 2017
Seaborn atends global communications needs in the Americas, providing Transport, Ethernet Private Line and IP services. Unique among independent cable operators, Seaborn fully operates and maintains its subsea and land-based cable infrastructure. POPs, Terrestrial Backhaul and Cable Landing Station of submarine cables are owned by Seaborn. Seaborn’s team has designed, built and operated more submarine cable systems than any other telecommunications team, including more than 75 Cable Landing Stations, 250 global POPs and 250,000 km of submarine fiber optic cables. Visit www.seabornnetworks.com for more information or follow us on LinkedIn.
Kai Honda, Manager of Sales Operations and Marketing