Seaborn launches new submarine network services

Seaborn Networks, a developer-owner-operator of submarine fiber optic cable systems, announced the launch of new submarine network services on Seaborn’s AMX-1 submarine network segment connecting the U.S. and Brazil.
Seaborn’s AMX-1 cable systemPowered by Infinera’s XT Series submarine network platforms, featuring Infinera’s Infinite Capacity Engine (ICE) technology, Seaborn’s new network boasts modernized architecture and industry-leading spectral efficiency, enabling the company to optically bypass cable landing stations and reduce network costs.

Seaborn operates two cable systems, Seabras-1 and AMX-1, both powered by Infinera solutions, to address global bandwidth needs across the Americas. Seaborn’s AMX-1 cable system provides transport, Ethernet private line, and IP services on a geographically diverse path from its Seabras-1 cable, connecting Rio de Janeiro and Jacksonville, Florida.

“Our relationship with Infinera and this collaboration have enabled us to cost-efficiently address our customers’ capacity demands with low-latency solutions purpose-built for subsea transport,” said Paul Cannon, vice president of Engineering & Operations at Seaborn.

“Infinera’s optical engines demonstrate benefits in subsea applications, delivering superior spectral efficiency while significantly lowering network costs,” Nick Walden, senior vice president, Sales at Infinera, said.