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    [EN] ASN ship ready to start laying Seabras-1 NY-to-São Paulo cable

    Alan Burkitt-Gray
    06 February 2017

    Construction of Seabras-1 between the US and Brazil will start in days following the departure of the cable ship from France.

    The Île de Sein ship departed on Friday with 8,200km of cable – the largest amount of cable ever carried on a ship owned by Alcatel Submarine Networks (ASN). It is due in New York in two weeks.

    The ship is also carrying five branching units and more than 125 repeaters for the 72Tbps project.

    Seabras-1, owned by Seaborn Networks, will be the first direct subsea cable linking the financial centres of New York and São Paulo.

    ASN will supply a further 2,600km of cable, another two branching units and 45 further repeaters to complete the project, which is expected by June 2017. The cable will connect a landing station at Praia Grande, Brazil, with Wall, New Jersey. Seabras-1 will have 11 points of presence when it is complete.

    Seaborn Networks completed the full $520 million funding for the project in 2015. Sparkle announced last year that it owns half the six fibre-pair system, with a $300 million investment.


    Seaborn Networks will be at the Capacity LatAm 2017 conference in Rio de Janeiro on 28-29 March


    http://www.capacitymedia.com/Article...ulo-cable.html

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    2 comentários maldosos

    1. A Capacity Media comeu mosca na manchete. O principal ponto de venda do data center da NJFX em Wall é o "bypass" de NY.

    Trechos:

    By facilitating direct interconnection options at the cable-end and eliminating the need for backhaul, NJFX puts control back in the hands of the carrier-neutral operators, carriers, enterprises, federal and state government entities and service providers it serves.
    PR: NJFX expands colocation campus with tier 3 by the subsea

    Getting your traffic to one of the landing stations in New York or New Jersey isn’t simple. If you’re a bank, for example, it isn’t just a matter of signing a contract with one of the cable operators and getting your technicians to light up a fiber line between your data center and a landing station. You have to go through middlemen, companies that will backhaul your traffic to an access point somewhere in a colocation data center – which can be close to or far from shore – and then to the landing station itself.
    If your data center is in Ashburn, Chicago, or Denver, and you want to move traffic to Europe or South America via a landing station in New Jersey, you would normally have to backhaul it first to one of the big carrier hotels in Manhattan ...
    Data Center Connectivity: Dare to Bypass New York


    2. Certamente os gangsters de Miami não estão gostando da novidade. A Equinix provavelmente também não. Porém tenho dúvidas se causará algum impacto aos usuários brasileiros de banda larga.

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    Flag: France [FR]
    Gross Tonnage: 13978
    Deadweight: 9820 t
    Length Overall x Breadth Extreme: 140.36m × 23.4m
    Year Built: 2002
    Última edição por 5ms; 06-02-2017 às 13:44.

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    "8,200km of cable – the largest amount of cable ever carried on a ship owned by Alcatel Submarine Networks"

    O "carretel" do navio, onde foram consumidas 3 semanas enrolando fibra, me lembra a microempresa espanhola altamenta recomendada pelo JD para lançar um cabo ligando Brasil à Espanha. Se não der oportunidade para empresas inexperientes, como poderão adquirir experiência?

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