Submarine cable system supplier Seaborn Networks and Grupo Werthein de Argentina recently revealed that the planned ARBR submarine cable system between Argentina and Brazil will land in Las Toninas, Argentina.
In addition, Argentine Telecom will provide dark fiber for ARBR at the return route between Las Toninas and Buenos Aires, and provide PoP for Buenos Aires .filling compound for optical fiber cable
According to reports, this 2,700-kilometer ARBR submarine cable will contain four pairs of fibers with an initial maximum design capacity of 44 Tbps. ARBR's Brazilian landing site will be connected to Seaborn's existing Seabras-1 cable landing station in Praia Grande (Brazil), allowing direct connection to New York (USA) via the fully operational Seabras-1 submarine cable system.
According to the plan, the ARBR submarine cable system will start construction this year and will be completed in 2019.filling compound for optical fiber loose tube