Seaborn Networks

Seaborn Networks, developer/owner/operator of submarine fiber optic cable systems including Seabras-1 between São Paulo and New York, has announced new high capacity connectivity from their Seabras-1 IP Network directly into key global IX locations.

“We continue to see tremendous growth across our high-quality IP Network as we develop new and innovative connectivity options for our customers through our transit and peering fabric or by enabling direct, high capacity connectivity to our IX partners,” said Andy Bax, COO of Seaborn Networks. “Through these high capacity IX connections, we want our customers to enjoy remote peering services across an ever-growing number of strategic global exchanges. January is just the start of this exciting expansion of our IP network and we look forward to announcing more global exchanges for Seabras-1 being on-net for Seaborn shortly.”

These key global IX locations connected to Seaborn’s new high capacity connectivity options include:

  • Amsterdam – AMS-IX, now live (January 6, 2020)
  • Frankfurt – DE-CIX, now live (January 6, 2020)
  • London – LINX, now live (January 6, 2020)
  • San Jose – Equinix IX (SV1), live by end of January 2020
  • Los Angeles – CoreSite Any2 IX (LA1), live by end January 2020
  • Ashburn – Equinix IX (DC4), live by end January 2020
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