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RJK (Russia-Japan-Korea) is a submarine telecommunications cable system linking the three named countries bordering the Sea of Japan. It began operation in 1995.

It has landing points in:

It has a transmission capacity of 1.12 Gbit/s, and a total cable length of 1,715 km (1,066 mi).


  • "High-speed optical submarine cable networks at the speed of 80 Gbps are to be established around the Japanese archipelago" (PDF). Retrieved February 11, 2006.