Seaborn Networks will be at the Submarine Networks World Europe conference, being held on 20 - 21 Februaryat the Hilton Tower Bridge, London.

Seaborn's Seabras-1 subsea system provides the only direct route between NY and São Paulo, offering a lower latency for carrier class between the commercial centers of Brazil and the US, along with Seaborn's proprietary ULL SeaSpeed™ Tier 1 & 2 and industry leading SLA's. The system has multiple branching units for future routes, including to Virginia Beach and Miami (US), St. Croix (USVI), Fortaleza, Rio de Janeiro and Brazil South.

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 SABR cable, with its planned interconnection with Seabras-1, will be the first southern transatlantic route between South Africa and Brazil/US. This route will offer the most direct route between South Africa and Brazil and allow for future diversity for South Africa for faster connectivity to the US and Argentina. SABR will connect directly into Seabras-1, allowing for fast direct onward connectivity to the USA.

Seaborn's alliance with IOX Cable will mean data will be able to travel on a new fast, reliant and resilient route between the US and India (via Brazil and South Africa) on Seabras-1 + SABR + IOX. 

Seaborn's Seabras-1 combined with Aqua Comm's AEConnect service means there is now a faster and more direct path to connect South America to Europe than ever before.