Premium colocation contract has been executed to support the expansion of Seabras-1 within Brazil
SÃO PAULO Brazil. 17 June 2020 – ODATA , provider of the most modern data center infrastructure in Latin America, announced that Seaborn Networks (Seaborn) , a leading developer-owner-operator of submarine fiber optic cable systems, has selected ODATA as a new Point of Presence (POP) for Seaborn’s local network in Brazil.
ODATA’s DC SP01 will act as a Point of Presence (POP) for Seaborn’s local network in São Paulo. ODATA will host the full suite of Seaborn’s services positioning itself as an interconnection point for the Seabras-1 submarine cable between New York (USA) and São Paulo (Brazil).
This enables Seaborn to be an On-Net Carrier at ODATA, and to offer a complete set of wavelength capacity services, MEF compatible Ethernet services and IP services. These highly scaled and reliable services provide direct connectivity between Brazil and the United States, with lower latency than any other current system.
By integrating ODATA’s Data Center infrastructure into Seabras-1, Seaborn provides customers an alternative access point to its high availability network, thereby providing the benefits of direct, low latency routes from North America to South America.
“With the addition of this new POP at ODATA, we continue our expansion plan in Latin America. This is an important milestone for us, as we are working together with ODATA to provide international connectivity for its customers,” said Michel Marcelino , Seaborn’s SVP & Head of Latin America.
“Our Data Center becomes a strategic interconnection point with other Seaborn POPs installed in different locations around the world,” explained Ricardo Alário , ODATA’s CEO. “We are ready to support our customers and future demands that need international transport capacity and low latency”.
About ODATA Data Centers
Built to house robust IT and Telecommunications infrastructures, supporting high-density racks, personalized design and high connectivity, ODATA ‘s Colocation Data Centers stand out among the most advanced in all of Latin America. Altogether there are 4 operating Data Centers, located in Barueri, Santana do Parnaíba, Hortolândia, in the interior of São Paulo and Bogotá, in Colombia and 2 more being constructed in Querétaro, México and Santiago, Chile.
ODATA Data Centers are highly efficient in energy consumption (ODATA has the lowest PUE in the LATAM market) and are operated by an industry leading technical team. All installations are managed by integrated systems and have several layers of automation. Thus, they provide the end customer with security and a total view of their IT environment.
There is also plentiful availability of office space for clients in the administrative building of DC SP01, including the possibility of implementation of private customer NOCs (Network Operations Centers), contingency environments, meeting rooms and parking spaces.
DC SP01 was the first multi-tenant Colocation Data Center in Brazil to earn the LEED Gold certificate, awarded by the US Green Building Council. In addition, it holds the Uptime Institute’s Tier III design and construction certification.Posted on 17th June 2020
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