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|Yellow / AC-2|
|Total length||c. 6,400 km|
|Design capacity||640 Gbit/s|
|Currently lit capacity||320 Gbit/s|
|Date of first use||November 2000|
Yellow / AC-2 (Atlantic Crossing 2) is a submarine telecommunications cable system linking the United States and the United Kingdom. The cable is mutually owned by Global Crossing in the UK and CenturyLink (formerly Level 3 Communications) in the US. The different owners give this cable system different names, so it is known as both Yellow and AC-2. It has a capacity of 320 Gbit/s as of January 2007, upgradeable to 640 Gbit/s.
It has landing points in:
- "Transoceanic Services". Archived from the original on September 28, 2007. Retrieved January 16, 2007.
- "Level 3 International Connectivity" (PDF). Retrieved May 4, 2012.
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