Seaborn’s network is approved to facilitate connectivity through Record Control Byte (RCB) communication network, declared the Brazilian Stock Exchange (B3) and Seabras 1 Brasil LTDA, a submarine-fibre-optic-cable-systems operator.
Hereafter, Seaborn will facilitate progressive connectivity services with ultra-low network latency for the Brazilian money market.
Alexandre Jahnecke, IT Products and Market Data Superintendent at B3, stated that the mixture of their capital markets services with Seaborn will influence their strategies to accomplish the best possible quality in delivering essential connectivity services to trading and post-trade portals for their consumers.
As per a press release, the Brazilian Stock Exchange functions in the stock exchange and off-exchange environment, working to link, progress, and permit the financial and capital markets. Furthermore, the association to Seaborn’s optical network, which has enhanced reliability and availability, will facilitate money market consumers with an exceptional alternative to utilize the Record Control Byte network.
Michel Marcelino, Senior Vice President and Head of Seaborn for Latin America, commented that their network infrastructure amalgamated with their fastidiousness in activating the Record Control Byte connectivity services and their ultra-low latency products, explicit to the money market that links São Paulo to New York, is an essential discriminator for applicants who anticipate establishing connectivity with B3.
Seaborn is best situated to discourse the international communications requirements throughout the Americas, delivering Ethernet private line, transport, and IP services.
Exceptional amongst independent cable operators, it comprehensively functions and maintains its submarine and terrestrial cable infrastructure. Terrestrial backhaul, POPs, landing stations, and subsea cables are all within its control. The management team has fabricated, built, and operated several subsea cable systems than any other telecom management team comprising more than 75 landing stations, 250,000 km of subsea fibre optic cable, and 250 global POPs.