By Miami Today

Think of it as a 6,650-mile extension cord from Brazil to the US.  That's the Seabras-1 undersea fiber optic cable — a project that was supposed to make Miami and Boca Raton its US landing spot. However, the plan has changed and the landing spot is now the New York City area, the cable's developer and eventual operator said this week. “It was just something that our customers wanted,” explained Andy Bax, chief technology officer for Seaborn Networks.

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