Asia Pacific Gateway
|Asia Pacific Gateway|
|Total length||10,400 km|
|Date of first use||31 October 2016|
Asia Pacific Gateway (APG) is a submarine communications cable system that connects Mainland China, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam and Singapore. It will be about 10,400 kilometres (6,500 mi) long. The capacity will be 54.8 Terabits per second. The APG cable consortium includes Facebook,CAT Telecom, China Telecom, China Mobile International, China Unicom, Chunghwa Telecom, KT Corporation, LG Uplus, NTT Communications, StarHub, Global Transit, Viettel and VNPT. The APG cable system was scheduled to be ready for service in 2016.
Cable landing stations
- Mainland China (at Chongming and Nanhui)
- Hong Kong (at Tseung Kwan O)
- Japan (at Shima and Shin Maruyama)
- South Korea (at Busan)
- Malaysia (at Kuantan)
- Taiwan (at Toucheng)
- Thailand (at Songkhla)
- Vietnam (at Da Nang)
- Singapore (at East Coast)
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