Saturday, 23 October 2021

Seaborn Networks: Leading the pack in steady growth and progress in the subsea industry


Friday 31 January 20

Andy Bax, COO shares his insights about the biggest driver of change in the industry and how subsea cable providers should future proof their networks. Find out what he thinks.

  Can you tell us more about what key successes Seaborn Networks has enjoyed over the past 12 months and what you’re looking forward to in 2020? 2019 was a transformational year for Seaborn. We moved our business from being a pure wholesale capacity provider and transitioned deeper into our customer’s eco systems through the development and deployment of our IP and MPLS network across Seabras-1. In the first half of 2019 we deployed a leading and highly differentiated IP network delivering un-restricted, high quality IP connectivity in both Brazil and the US. This system leverages Seabras-1’s high availability, low latency and immense bandwidth. An IP network is only as good as the connectivity it provides though, and so in the second half of 2019 we focused on establishing those global connections to enable adjacency and ease of connectivity for our customers. We have now connected to over 2,400 global networks and will continue to grow that number as we move forward in 2020.   The recent success of our IP portfolio has been tremendous and while we’re delighted with the progress we&rsquo…

  Can you tell us more about what key successes Seaborn Networks has enjoyed over the past 12 months and what you’re looking forward to in 2020? 2019 was a transformational year for Seaborn. We moved our business from being a pure wholesale capacity provider and transitioned deeper into our customer’s eco systems through the development and deployment of our IP and MPLS network across Seabras-1. In the first half of 2019 we deployed a leading and highly differentiated IP network delivering un-restricted, high quality IP connectivity in both Brazil and the US. This system leverages Seabras-1’s high availability, low latency and immense bandwidth. An IP network is only as good as the connectivity it provides though, and so in the second half of 2019 we focused on establishing those global connections to enable adjacency and ease of connectivity for our customers. We have now connected to over 2,400 global networks and will continue to grow that number as we move forward in 2020.   The recent success of our IP portfolio has been tremendous and while we’re delighted with the progress we&rsquo…

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