Seaborn adquiere capacidad en Sao Paulo

March 24, 2015
Seaborn Networks ha adquirido capacidad de fibra óptica metro y backhaul de Netell y Citatel en Sao Paulo para su cable submarino entre Brasil y Estados Unidos.
Seaborn Networks ha adquirido capacidad de fibra óptica metro y backhaul de Netell y Citatel en Sao Paulo para su cable submarino entre Brasil y Estados Unidos. A cambio, Netell ha adquirido una “cantidad sustancial” de capacidad en Sebras-1, lo que ofrecerá una ruta directa de Nueva York a Sao Paulo. Está siendo construida por Alcatel-Lucent Submarine Networks.
About the Author

BTR Staff

EDITORIAL
STEPHEN HARDY
Editorial Director and Associate Publisher
[email protected]
MATT VINCENT
Senior Editor
[email protected]
SALES
KRISTINE COLLINS
Business Solutions Manager
(312) 350-0452
[email protected]
JEAN LAUTER
Business Solutions Manager
(516) 695-3899
[email protected]

Sponsored Recommendations

New Optical Wavelength Service Trends

July 1, 2024
Discover how optical wavelength services are reshaping the telecom landscape, driven by rapid expansion and adoption of high-speed connections exceeding 100 Gbps, championed by...

AI’s magic networking moment

March 6, 2024
Dive into the forefront of technological evolution with our exclusive webinar, where industry giants discuss the transformative impact of AI on the optical and networking sector...

Data Center Interconnection

June 18, 2024
Join us for an interactive discussion on the growing data center interconnection market. Learn about the role of coherent pluggable optics, new connectivity technologies, and ...

ON TOPIC: Innovation in Optical Components

July 2, 2024
Lightwave’s latest on-topic eBook, sponsored by Anritsu, will address innovation in optical components. The eBook looks at various topics, including PCIe (Peripheral...