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APCN or Asia-Pacific Cable Network is a submarine telecommunications cable system linking nine Asian countries.
It has landing points in:
- Petchaburi, Thailand
- Mersing, Malaysia
- Changi, Singapore
- Ancol, Indonesia
- Lantau, Hong Kong
- Batangas, Philippines
- Toucheng, Taiwan
- Pusan, Korea
- Miyazaki, Japan
It has a transmission capacity of 5 Gbit/s, and a total cable length of approximately 12,000 km. It started operation on 1997.
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