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Tata Telecom will access the Seabras-1 cable into the Latin American market



India's Tata Telecom company has recently announced that it will access the new Seabras-1 submarine cable system in order to expand into the Latin American Telecom market.

 

According to reports, Seabras-1 is an international submarine cable system connecting New York and St. Paul, Brazil. Seabras-1 will go ashore at Tata Telecom's Wall undersea landing station in New Jersey, avoiding network congestion in Miami.

 

Bob Laskey, the regional director of Tata Telecom Americas, says the link with Brazil is a commitment by the company to build a global network of global customers. Brazil is the largest IT market in Latin America. And it is the ninth one in the world. 

 

In 2017, the IT investment in Brazil is expected to grow by 6.7%, 2 times of the global growth rate. Tata Telecom plans to expand its footprint in emerging markets through access to Seabras-1 cable system to further expand business in Latin America.

 

At present, Tata Telecom owns and operates a 21,000 kilometers terrestrial fiber network and a 500,000 kilometers submarine optical fiber network.



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