Ocean Networks, Inc. is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia (USA) and develops submarine cable systems for carriers, content providers, governments and research & education groups.


We salvage Out Of Service (OOS) submarine cable systems and repurpose them for the Research & Education Community.

Ocean Networks is the parent company of South America Pacific Link, Inc. and Submarine Cable Salvage, Inc.


South America Pacific Link (SAPL) - is a new build submarine cable system being developed by Ocean Networks. 


The carrier neutral SAPL system will connect Points of Presence in Naples (Florida), Balboa (Panama), Manta (Ecuador), Valparaiso (Chile) and Oahu (Hawaii). In addition, the system will have future connectivity to various locations with strategically positioned branching units along the entire route.

The SAPL system utilizes the latest technology and will fulfill a long-standing need for the markets of the US, Central and South America for connectivity to the Asia Pacific region. At Hawaii, the SAPL system will cross-connect to existing systems. Hawaii is a mid-Pacific hub for numerous submarine cable systems.


Submarine Cable Salvage is owned and operated​ by Ocean Networks and is funded through a private investment group with a focus on protecting the environment.

On a global scale, Submarine Cable Salvage repurposes Out Of Service (OOS) submarine cable systems for the Research & Education (R&E) community. We identify, procure, survey & test the OOS systems and deploy cabled ocean observatories (sensors) for environmental studies and disaster mitigation.

Repurposing OOS submarine cable systems is a
cost effective and 
environmently friendly solution for ocean observatories.

© Ocean Networks Inc. 2013 - 2020

© South America Pacific Link Inc. 2014 - 2020

© Submarine Cable Salvage Inc. 2019 - 2020