Vero Internet to Partner with Seaborn for PoPs in Brazil

Vero Internet is already connected to the Seabras-1 submarine cable, which connects Brazil with the US with the lowest latency in the market

Vero Internet has chosen Seaborn as its international traffic partner for two new points of presence (PoP) in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. By DataCenter Dynamics
February 10, 2021

Vero Internet has chosen Seaborn Networks (“Seaborn”) as its international traffic partner for two new points of presence (PoP) in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. Both PoPs are part of the new Vero Internet CORE IP and are responsible for the connections with submarine cable operators and the exchange of data traffic with national and international content generators.

“We are pleased to choose Seaborn to meet the demand for international content in both cities,” says José Felipe Ruppenthal, director of engineering for Vero Internet . “We chose to connect directly with a submarine cable operator, such as Seaborn, to have an international interconnection that offers high-quality content with low latency and, consequently, improve the browsing experience for our customers,” explains Ruppenthal.

Vero Internet is already connected to the Seabras-1 submarine cable, which connects Brazil to the US with the lowest latency in the market , providing a great competitive advantage for the company’s customers.

“For us, it has been an important step to close this partnership with Vero Internet,” says Michel Marcelino, Seaborn’s senior vice president for Latin America . “We worked closely with the Vero Internet traffic engineering team to develop a unique international content solution, through our SEABRAS-1 system, to provide their customers with the best possible experience,” says Marcelino.

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