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Seaborn Network Will Provide New IP Services to Brazil and U.S Markets

Boston – Leading developer-owner-operator of submarine fiber optic cable systems, Seaborn Network has announced that it will deliver industry-leading performance with new I.P. Services to Brazil and the U.S. The services would include diverse Ethernet Service and I.P. Service solutions. These services will address the demand for a market that is changing rapidly between North and South America.

The services which would be provided by Seaborn Network to both the market, also include I.P. Transit, Remote Peering, Cloud Connect, and Enterprise DIA solutions. Capabilities with which both the markets would charge up include,  E-Line, E-LAN, and E-Tree capabilities. Seaborn Network offers its services with minimal commitment to utilizing additional bandwidth on a pay-as-you-use basis. People can even compare the provided internet services (Internetaansluiting vergelijken) to know how they will be benefited with the new services.

Larry Schwartz, the CEO of Seaborn, said, “In today’s fast-paced, highly complex communications environment, businesses and network operators demand fast, secure data connectivity between multiple domestic and global locations, We ensure that our customers have the necessary, cost-effective and secure high-bandwidth solutions to compete in today’s connected world. Seaborn’s high availability and customizable Ethernet & I.P. services provide the perfect solution for those needs.”

Submarine fiber optic cable systems’ full owned Seabras-1 network would provide operational control by combining rapid service deployment within the days. Currently, Seaborn is available to control and enjoy the services of the network. Seaborn’s Seabras-1 offers POP to POP route between Brazil and New York City, USA, and soon will provide end-to-end orchestration platform that leads to delivering service in real time.

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