BOSTON — Seaborn Networks’ most reliable international fiber network is connecting Ascenty’s São Paulo and Vinhedo data centers in Brazil to the U.S.
“Our customers at São Paulo and Vinhedo data center campuses require low-latency, high-capacity interconnection between their data center operations and North America,” said Marcos Siqueira, vice president of operations at Ascenty. “Seaborn is delivering our connectivity ecosystem. We are excited because we know that Seaborn offers us an IP transport network and seamless, robust access to internet exchanges that are strategic for our customers who rely on international traffic.”
Ascenty is linked to Seaborn’s Seabras-1 submarine cable which offers a low-latency POP. This partnership is connecting more than 350 customers in Ascenty’s data centers that serve content providers, e-commerce and public cloud processing companies, and corporations in the financial sectors.
“We recognize the critical need for enterprise services to have high-capacity, resilient, and low-latency connectivity,” said Michel Marcelino, senior vice president and head of Latin America for Seaborn. “Our network was built with this in mind, providing high-availability capacity to customers with ever-changing bandwidth needs. Expanding our services to Ascenty’s data center campuses provides its customers access to our industry-leading IP network, offering consistent local and global connectivity via our subsea cable.”