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Seaborn Networks (Seaborn) has launched new submarine network services on Seaborn’s AMX-1 submarine network segment connecting the U.S. and Brazil. Seaborn owns a half fiber pair on AMX-1 between Rio de Janeiro and Jacksonville, Florida. Seaborn deployed on its AMX-1 cable system with Infinera’s XT Series submarine network platforms, featuring Infinite Capacity Engine (ICE) technology.

Seaborn Networks AMX-1 and Seabras-1
Seaborn Networks AMX-1 and Seabras-1


The global economy relies heavily on uninterrupted data connectivity, which is fueled by increasing bandwidth demand and bandwidth-intensive applications such as cloud-based services. To address global bandwidth needs across the Americas, Seaborn operates two leading cable systems, Seabras-1 and AMX-1, both powered by Infinera solutions. 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, to offer its customers high-capacity, low-latency connectivity services.

With Seabras-1 and AMX-1 cable systems, Seaborn delivers diverse routes and low latency connectivity service between Brazail and the United States.

Deployed with Infinera’s optical engine, Seaborn has the network capacity needed today and can seamlessly upgrade its network in the future to Infinera’s ICE6 800G generation coherent technology with ease as bandwidth demands dictate.