Introducing the SABR submarine cable system: Seaborn's newly planned South Atlantic transoceanic subsea fiber optic cable system to provide the most direct route between South Africa and the United States, which leverages the newly built Seabras-1 cable providing the only direct route between New York and São Paulo.
Seaborn's existing Seabras-1 subsea system already provides a significantly lower latency between the commercial centers of Brazil and the US, along with Seaborn's proprietary ULL SeaSpeed™ and industry leading SLA's. The system has multiple branching units for future routes, including to Virginia Beach and Miami (US), St. Croix (USVI), Cape Town (South Africa), Fortaleza and Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) and Las Toninas (Argentina).
Seaborn's recently announced strategic alliance with Aqua Comm's AE Connect service means there is now a faster and more direct path to connect South America to Europe, with 100Gbps coherent technology provided end to end.
Seaborn's ARBR system will provide a new direct route to Buenos Aires from our Brazil landing station, thereby enabling the newest and most direct route between Argentina and the US.
Seaborn's systems provide:
- A route design that avoids the most hurricane-prone areas of Florida and the Caribbean
- Brazil - US traffic avoids extra landings in between; minimizes hurricane risks & political risks
- A more reliable, resilient network architecture
- 100% underground terrestrial backhaul to São Paulo
- Minimized points of failure
- Reduced outages
- Increased security
- Independently operated 24x7 NOC and additional backup DR NOC
- Improved QoS
- Faster activation of circuits (est. 24 hours)
- Direct communications with Seaborn as the developer-owner-operator
- Industry-leading SLAs for carrier-class and ULLsolutions
- Exclusive SeaCloud™ offering: cloud-centric capacity in a "Pay-As-You-Grow" Model
- Software-defined network
- Complete flexibility from megabits to terabits
- Ability to have a bespoke solution for capacity+IP
- Greater optionality for future international routes
We invite you to meet with our team and discuss these critical, expansive routes.