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Sparkle starts service on Seabras cable linking Sao Paolo, New York

Tuesday 5 December 2017 | 11:25 CET | News
Sparkle's capacity on Seabras-1 will support the fast growing demand for advanced connectivity between North and South America, while providing easy onward connectivity to the rest of the world, the company said. cables. The main advantages for Sparkle's customers using Seabras-1 include lower latency on the US-Brazil route, which also increases the overall redundancy of Sparkle's Americas network as it provides a third option for diversification.

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Sparkle / TIM
Countries: Brazil / United States
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