BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS – Seaborn Networks, a leading developer-owner-operator of subsea fibre optic cable systems, announced today the appointment of David Zimmer as chief sales officer. Dave will be responsible for all of Seaborn's direct sales, channel strategies and inside sales. Dave is also being added to Seaborn's board of directors.
Seaborn Networks has selected Xtera’s C+L band design for its ARBR submarine fibre optic cable system, which connects Argentina and Brazil.
Brazil's national service provider, Eletronet, has selected Seaborn Networks’ international submarine fibre-optic cable system, Seabras-1, to provide Tier 1 dedicated internet access in Brazil.
Xtera has been chosen to supply the ARBR submarine fibre optic cable system, which was developed jointly by Seaborn Networks and Werthein Group, and will connect Argentina and Brazil.
BOSTON & MAURITIUS – Seaborn Networks ("Seaborn") and IOX Cable Ltd ("IOX") announced today they have entered into a joint provisioning agreement to provide the first next-generation subsea fiber optic route between the U.S and India that will interconnect in South Africa and Brazil. This unique path connecting the U.S. with three BRICS countries and Mauritius will provide the most secure and reliable route between these markets by providing fewer hops through fewer countries than existing alternative routes.
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