Seaborn Networks launches IP and Ethernet services
20 June 2019 | Natalie Bannerman
Seaborn Networks announces the availability of new IP service offerings comprising of diverse Ethernet services and IP service solutions.
The new solutions come as market demand for rapidly deployed and highly stable global Ethernet and IP-based needs between North and South America continues to rise.
“In today’s fast paced, highly complex communications environment, businesses and network operators demand fast, secure data connectivity between multiple domestic and global locations,” said Larry Schwartz, CEO of Seaborn. “We ensure that our customers have the necessary, cost effective and secure high-bandwidth solutions to compete in today’s connected world. Seaborn’s high availability and customisable Ethernet & IP services provide the perfect solution for those needs.”
IP Service offerings will include IP transit, remote peering, cloud connect and enterprise DIA solutions. Seaborn’s IP services are offered with the ability to use additional bandwidth on a pay-as-you-use basis.
In addition, the Ethernet service offerings include E-Line, E-LAN and E-Tree capabilities with options for protected service depending on the class of service selected. Industry leading SLA’s are provided on all IP and Ethernet services.
Bringing together rapid service deployment and the operational control of Seaborn’s fully-owned and managed Seabras-1 subsea system, the company is able to directly control all aspects and layers of the network.
In May, Seaborn Networks selected CloudSmartz, a software solutions provider for communications service providers, to deliver its digital transformation strategy and deployment over the coming months.
Together, the two will develop and deploy a fully integrated customer portal solution to automate Seaborn’s front-office processes, which will bring more efficiency to their sales, operations, inventory and service provisioning cycles, as well as providing real-time visibility onto the service delivery functions across the business. Additionally the platform will also enable on-demand SDN services and deliver bandwidth in near real-time delivery.
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