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RTI provides transpacific network connectivity leveraging its cable systems to neutral points of presence in major cities in Asia, Australia and the United States, as well as, carrier neutral data center solutions in Guam and Los Angeles, California. Find out more about our infrastructure and what we can offer.

GNC

Gateway Network Connections (GNC) is a purpose-built 2MW data center which will enable connections to all Guam cable landing stations. Located in Piti, Guam, next to the existing Piti-1 cable landing station, GNC will be the first carrier-neutral data center providing colocation, connectivity, and 24/7 services. GNC is a joint operation with Guam's incumbent telecom carrier and is scheduled to enter in service in the 2nd quarter of 2020.

  • Guam Piti-1/GNC
  • Guam Piti-1/GNC

    Piti-1, owned and operated by Guam's incumbent telecom carrier, is a purpose-built cable landing station originally erected for the SEA-US cable. Situated west of the Tamuning district at Piti, Guam. Piti-1 now also houses the JGA South cable.
    Gateway Network Connections (GNC) is a purpose-built 2MW data center that will enable connections to all Guam cable landing stations. Also located in Piti, Guam, next to the existing Piti-1 cable landing station, GNC houses the JGA North and the HK-G Cables. GNC will be the first carrier-neutral data center providing colocation, connectivity to Piti-1 and other cable landing facilities on the island. GNC is a joint venture with Guam's incumbent telecom carrier.

HKA

Guam / Hongkong / Los Angeles

The Hong Kong-America (HKA) cable is a consortium cable that was planned to meet the capacity demands between Hong Kong and U.S.A. Once completed, it will span 13,000km directly connecting Hong Kong, SAR and Los Angeles, California, U.S.A. RTI will own half a fiber pair on HKA and is scheduled to enter in service in the 4th quarter of 2021.

  • EQX HK1
  • iAd Mega Plus
  • HK NTTC Asia
  • Coresite LA2
  • Hong Kong Equinix HK1

    Equinix HK1 is located north of Kowloon in the Tsuen Wan district. Located on the same campus, HK1 provides Cross Connect with HK2 and HK3, while Metro Connect is available with HK4 and HK5. For more information, visit Equinix's site at: https://www.equinix.com/locations/asia-colocation/hong-kong-colocation/hong-kong-data-center/

  • Hong Kong iAdvantage MEGA Plus

    MEGA Plus is located east of Kowloon in the Tseung Kwan O (TKO) district. Together with MEGA-i in the Chai Wan district and MEGA Two in Shatin, the MEGA Connect (metro connect) enables major submarine cables to directly connect to multi-cloud platforms and exchanges. For more information, visit iAdvantage's site at: https://www.iadvantage.net/index.php/locations/mega-plus

  • Hong Kong NTT Com Asia

    NTT Com Asia's purpose-built data center is located east of Kowloon in the Tseung Kwan O (TKO) district. RTI will install equipment in this newly built facility which will enable us to provide onward connectivity to the Equinix campus, and MEGA Connect.

  • Los Angeles CoreSite LA2

    CoreSite LA2 is located close to Union Station in the heart of downtown Los Angeles. Together with the most interconnected data center in North America "One Wilshire" (LA1), CoreSite's LA campus offers unbeatable connectivity. For more information, visit CoreSite's site at: https://www.coresite.com/data-centers/locations/los-angeles/la2

HK-G

Guam / Hongkong / Los Angeles

The Hong Kong-Guam (HK-G) cable was planned to meet the capacity demands coming in and out of Hong Kong. Once completed, it will span 3,700km directly connecting Hong Kong, SAR and Guam. The initial design capacity is 48Tbps (100Gbps x 120wl x 4fp) and is jointly owned with one other consortium member. HK-G is scheduled to enter in service in the 4th quarter of 2021.

  • EQX HK1
  • iAd Mega Plus
  • HK NTTC Asia
  • Guam Piti-1/GNC
  • Hong Kong Equinix HK1

    Equinix HK1 is located north of Kowloon in the Tsuen Wan district. Located on the same campus, HK1 provides Cross Connect with HK2 and HK3, while Metro Connect is available with HK4 and HK5. For more information, visit Equinix's site at: https://www.equinix.com/locations/asia-colocation/hong-kong-colocation/hong-kong-data-center/

  • Hong Kong iAdvantage MEGA Plus

    MEGA Plus is located east of Kowloon in the Tseung Kwan O (TKO) district. Together with MEGA-i in the Chai Wan district and MEGA Two in Shatin, the MEGA Connect (metro connect) enables major submarine cables to directly connect to multi-cloud platforms and exchanges. For more information, visit iAdvantage's site at: https://www.iadvantage.net/index.php/locations/mega-plus

  • Hong Kong NTT Com Asia

    NTT Com Asia's purpose-built data center is located east of Kowloon in the Tseung Kwan O (TKO) district. RTI will install equipment in this newly built facility which will enable us to provide onward connectivity to the Equinix campus, and MEGA Connect.

  • Guam RTI Piti-1 / GNC

    Piti-1, owned and operated by Guam's incumbent telecom carrier, is a purpose-built cable landing station originally erected for the SEA-US cable. Situated west of the Tamuning district at Piti, Guam. Piti-1 now also houses the JGA South cables.
    Gateway Network Connections (GNC) is a purpose-built 2MW data center that will enable connections to all Guam cable landing stations. Also located in Piti, Guam, next to the existing Piti-1 cable landing station, GNC houses the JGA North and the HK-G Cables. GNC will be the first carrier-neutral data center providing colocation, connectivity to Piti-1 and other cable landing facilities on the island. GNC is a joint operation with Guam's incumbent telecom carrier.

HMB

Hermosa Beach is an ideal location to land a submarine cable and to extend the cable systems to downtown Los Angeles through multiple dark fiber routes. Our Hermosa Beach Cable Landing Station (HMB) is designed to land multiple cables and offers colocation space for our customers, where the cables lands though HDD bore pipes and Beach Manholes, owned by RTI, installed at different landing points spread out north to south of Hermosa Beach to maintain diversity. The SEA-US cable and the Jupiter cable have already landed at HMB, while the HKA cable and one other cable will be landing with us shortly. With a capacity of 600kW, HMB can accommodate 6 submarine cable systems and provide colocation space for IT equipment.

  • LA HMB
  • Los Angeles RTI Hermosa Beach (HMB)

    Located at Hermosa Beach, south of Los Angeles International Airport. It is an ideal location to land a submarine cable and to extend the cable systems to downtown Los Angeles through multiple dark fiber routes. With a capacity of 600kW, HMB can accommodate 6 submarine cable systems and provide colocation services.

JGA-N

Guam / Hongkong / Los Angeles

The Japan-Guam-Australia North (JGA North) Cable is the first cable that will be wholly owned by RTI. It spans 2,700km connecting Tokyo, Japan and Guam. The initial design capacity is 24 Tbps (100Gbps x 120wl x 2fp). JGA North is scheduled to enter in service in the 2nd quarter of 2020.

  • EQX TY2
  • @TYO CC1
  • NTT Minami-Boso
  • Guam Piti-1/GNC
  • Tokyo Equinix TY2

    Equinix TY2 is located southern part of Tokyo in Higashi-Shinagawa. Located on the same campus, TY4 provides Cross Connect to TY6, TY7, and TY8, while Metro Connect is available with TY1, TY3 through TY5, and TY9 thru TY11. For more information, visit Equinix's site at: https://www.equinix.com/locations/asia-colocation/japan-colocation/tokyo-data-centers/

  • Tokyo @Tokyo CC1

    @Tokyo's Chuo Data Center (CC1) is located in the heart of Tokyo close to the Marunouchi financial district. With a total floor area of 140 thousand square meters, it is @Tokyo7s flagship data center. For more information, visit @Tokyo's site at: https://www.attokyo.com/

  • Tokyo NTT Minami-Boso CLS

    This purpose-built cable landing station, owned and operated by NTT Communications, is located near the southern tip of Boso Peninsula, approximately 100km south of Tokyo. RTI will install submarine line terminal equipment in this newly built facility which will enable us to provide connectivity to adjacent cable landing stations.

  • Guam RTI Piti-1 / GNC

    Piti-1, owned and operated by Guam's incumbent telecom carrier, is a purpose-built cable landing station originally erected for the SEA-US cable. Situated west of the Tamuning district at Piti, Guam, Piti-1 now also houses the JGA South cables. Gateway Network Connections (GNC) is a purpose-built 2MW data center that will enable connections to all Guam cable landing stations. Also located in Piti, Guam, next to the existing Piti-1 cable landing station, GNC houses the JGA North and the HK-G Cables. GNC will be the first carrier-neutral data center providing colocation, connectivity to Piti-1 and other cable landing facilities on the island. GNC is a joint venture with Guam's incumbent telecom carrier.

JGA-S

Guam / Hongkong / Los Angeles

The Japan-Guam-Australia South (JGA South) Cable is the first cable that will also land on the eastern seaboard of Australia other than Sydney. It spans 7,000km connecting Sydney, Australia and Guam, with a branch to the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia. The initial design capacity is 36Tbps (100Gbps x 180wl x 2fp) and is jointly owned with two consortium members. JGA South is scheduled to enter in service in the 1st quarter of 2020.

  • Guam Piti-1/GNC
  • EQX SY4
  • SYD Brookvale
  • Guam RTI Piti-1 / GNC

    Piti-1, owned and operated by Guam's incumbent telecom carrier, is a purpose-built cable landing station originally erected for the SEA-US cable. Situated west of the Tamuning district at Piti, Guam. Piti-1 now also houses the JGA South cables.Gateway Network Connections (GNC) is a purpose-built 2MW data center that will enable connections to all Guam cable landing stations. Also located in Piti, Guam, next to the existing Piti-1 cable landing station, GNC houses the JGA North and the HK-G Cables. GNC will be the first carrier-neutral data center providing colocation, connectivity to Piti-1 and other cable landing facilities on the island. GNC is a joint operation with Guam's incumbent telecom carrier.

  • Sydney Equinix SY4

    Equinix SY4 is located south of the Sydney CBD near Sydney's Kingsford Smith International Airport. Located on the same campus, SY4 provides easy access to SY1, SY2, SY3 and SY5. For more information, visit Equinix's site at: https://www.equinix.com/locations/asia-colocation/australia-colocation/sydney-data-centers/

  • Sydney Brookvale CLS

    Brookvale is the cable landing station for the Southern Cross Cable. It is located approximately 15km north of the Sydney CBD. All capacity is directly sent to Equinix SY4 via redundant terrestrial fiber and does not terminate at the Brookvale CLS.

JGA-S Sunshine Coast

Guam / Hongkong / Los Angeles

The Sunshine Coast branch is the first cable that will land on the eastern seaboard of Australia other than Sydney. It spans 700km connecting the Sunshine Coast, Queensland to an ROADM branching unit on JGA South. This new branch will deliver connectivity from the Sunshine Coast to Guam and onwards, while providing much needed diversity between Brisbane, Queensland and Sydney. The Sunshine Coast branch is wholly owned by RTI in partnership with the Sunshine Coast Council and is scheduled to enter in service in the 2nd quarter of 2020.
For further information about the Sunshine Coast, please visit their website at: https://invest.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au/Investment-Opportunities/Sunshine-Coast-International-Broadband-Network

  • SC Maroochydore
  • Sunshine Coast (Maroochydore) CLS

    The Maroochydore cable landing station is located in the heart of Sunshine Coast, approximately 100km north of Brisbane, the state capital of Queensland, Australia. Owned and operated by the local Sunshine Coast Council, this purpose-built facility provides colocation and connectivity to Brisbane and the North-Eastern parts of Australia.

SEA-US

Guam / Hongkong / Los Angeles

The Southeast Asia-United States (SEA-US) Cable is the first cable that was built by RTI. It spans 11,100km connecting Guam to Los Angeles, California, U.S.A. via Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.A. The initial design capacity is 20Tbps (100Gbps x 100wl x 2fp) and is shared with five consortium members. SEA-US has been in service since August 2017.

  • Guam Piti-1/GNC
  • HNL DRF
  • LA HMB
  • Coresite LA2
  • Guam Piti-1 / GNC

    Piti-1, owned and operated by Guam's incumbent telecom carrier, is a purpose-built cable landing station originally erected for the SEA-US cable. Situated west of the Tamuning district at Piti, Guam. Piti-1 now also houses the JGA South cables.Gateway Network Connections (GNC) is a purpose-built 2MW data center that will enable connections to all Guam cable landing stations. Also located in Piti, Guam, next to the existing Piti-1 cable landing station, GNC houses the JGA North and the HK-G Cables. GNC will be the first carrier-neutral data center providing colocation, connectivity to Piti-1 and other cable landing facilities on the island. GNC is a joint operation with Guam's incumbent telecom carrier.

  • Honolulu DRFortress

    DRFortress is located adjacent to Honolulu's Daniel K. Inouye International Airport. DRFortress is the largest carrier-neutral data center operating in Hawaii. For more information, visit DRFortress's site at: https://www.drfortress.com/

  • Los Angeles RTI Hermosa Beach (HMB)

    Located at Hermosa Beach, south of Los Angeles International Airport. It is an ideal location to land a submarine cable and to extend the cable systems to downtown Los Angeles through multiple dark fiber routes. With a capacity of 600kW, HMB can accommodate 6 submarine cable systems and provide colocation services.

  • Los Angeles CoreSite LA2

    CoreSite LA2 is located close to Union Station in the heart of downtown Los Angeles. Together with the most interconnected data center in North America "One Wilshire" (LA1), CoreSite's LA campus offers unbeatable connectivity. For more information, visit CoreSite's site at: https://www.coresite.com/data-centers/locations/los-angeles/la2

SxS

Guam / Hongkong / Los Angeles

The SxS (pronounced "Success") cable was planned to complement SEA-US by providing much needed capacity and diversity between Guam and Los Angeles, California, U.S.A. Once completed, it will span 10,400km directly connecting Guam to Los Angeles, California, U.S.A. The initial design capacity is 96Tbps (100Gbps x 160wl x 6fp) and will be wholly owned by RTI. SxS is scheduled to enter in service in 2022.

  • Guam Piti-1/GNC
  • LA HMB
  • Coresite LA2
  • Guam Piti-1 / GNC

    Piti-1, owned and operated by Guam's incumbent telecom carrier, is a purpose-built cable landing station originally erected for the SEA-US cable. Situated west of the Tamuning district at Piti, Guam. Piti-1 now also houses the JGA South cables.Gateway Network Connections (GNC) is a purpose-built 2MW data center that will enable connections to all Guam cable landing stations. Also located in Piti, Guam, next to the existing Piti-1 cable landing station, GNC houses the JGA North and the HK-G Cables. GNC will be the first carrier-neutral data center providing colocation, connectivity to Piti-1 and other cable landing facilities on the island. GNC is a joint operation with Guam's incumbent telecom carrier.

  • Los Angeles RTI Hermosa Beach (HMB)

    Located at Hermosa Beach, south of Los Angeles International Airport. It is an ideal location to land a submarine cable and to extend the cable systems to downtown Los Angeles through multiple dark fiber routes. With a capacity of 600kW, HMB can accommodate 6 submarine cable systems and provide colocation services.

  • Los Angeles CoreSite LA2

    CoreSite LA2 is located close to Union Station in the heart of downtown Los Angeles. Together with the most interconnected data center in North America "One Wilshire" (LA1), CoreSite's LA campus offers unbeatable connectivity. For more information, visit CoreSite's site at: https://www.coresite.com/data-centers/locations/los-angeles/la2

  • GNC

    Gateway Network Connections (GNC) is a purpose-built 2MW data center which will enable connections to all Guam cable landing stations. Located in Piti, Guam, next to the existing Piti-1 cable landing station, GNC will be the first carrier-neutral data center providing colocation, connectivity, and 24/7 services. GNC is a joint operation with Guam's incumbent telecom carrier and is scheduled to enter in service in the 2nd quarter of 2020.

    • Guam Piti-1/GNC
    • Guam Piti-1

      Piti-1, owned and operated by Guam's incumbent telecom carrier, is a purpose-built cable landing station originally erected for the SEA-US cable. Situated west of the Tamuning district at Piti, Guam. Piti-1 now also houses the JGA South cables.
      Gateway Network Connections (GNC) is a purpose-built 2MW data center that will enable connections to all Guam cable landing stations. Also located in Piti, Guam, next to the existing Piti-1 cable landing station, GNC houses the JGA North and the HK-G Cables. GNC will be the first carrier-neutral data center providing colocation, connectivity to Piti-1 and other cable landing facilities on the island. GNC is a joint operation with Guam's incumbent telecom carrier.

  • HKA

    Guam / Hongkong / Los Angeles

    The Hong Kong-America (HKA) cable is a consortium cable that was planned to meet the capacity demands between Hong Kong and U.S.A. Once completed, it will span 13,000km directly connecting Hong Kong, SAR and Los Angeles, California, U.S.A. RTI will own half a fiber pair on HKA and is scheduled to enter in service in the 4th quarter of 2021.

    • EQX HK1
    • iAd Mega Plus
    • HK NTTC Asia
    • Coresite LA2
    • Hong Kong Equinix HK1

      Equinix HK1 is located north of Kowloon in the Tsuen Wan district. Located on the same campus, HK1 provides Cross Connect with HK2 and HK3, while Metro Connect is available with HK4 and HK5. For more information, visit Equinix's site at: https://www.equinix.com/locations/asia-colocation/hong-kong-colocation/hong-kong-data-center/

    • Hong Kong iAdvantage MEGA Plus

      MEGA Plus is located east of Kowloon in the Tseung Kwan O (TKO) district. Together with MEGA-i in the Chai Wan district and MEGA Two in Shatin, the MEGA Connect (metro connect) enables major submarine cables to directly connect to multi-cloud platforms and exchanges. For more information, visit iAdvantage's site at: https://www.iadvantage.net/index.php/locations/mega-plus

    • Hong Kong NTT Com Asia

      NTT Com Asia's purpose-built data center is located east of Kowloon in the Tseung Kwan O (TKO) district. RTI will install equipment in this newly built facility which will enable us to provide onward connectivity to the Equinix campus, and MEGA Connect.

    • Los Angeles CoreSite LA2

      CoreSite LA2 is located close to Union Station in the heart of downtown Los Angeles. Together with the most interconnected data center in North America "One Wilshire" (LA1), CoreSite's LA campus offers unbeatable connectivity. For more information, visit CoreSite's site at: https://www.coresite.com/data-centers/locations/los-angeles/la2

  • HK-G

    Guam / Hongkong / Los Angeles

    The Hong Kong-Guam (HK-G) cable was planned to meet the capacity demands coming in and out of Hong Kong. Once completed, it will span 3,700km directly connecting Hong Kong, SAR and Guam. The initial design capacity is 48Tbps (100Gbps x 120wl x 4fp) and is jointly owned with one other consortium member. HK-G is scheduled to enter in service in the 4th quarter of 2021.

    • EQX HK1
    • iAd Mega Plus
    • HK NTTC Asia
    • Guam Piti-1/GNC
    • Hong Kong Equinix HK1

      Equinix HK1 is located north of Kowloon in the Tsuen Wan district. Located on the same campus, HK1 provides Cross Connect with HK2 and HK3, while Metro Connect is available with HK4 and HK5. For more information, visit Equinix's site at: https://www.equinix.com/locations/asia-colocation/hong-kong-colocation/hong-kong-data-center/

    • Hong Kong iAdvantage MEGA Plus

      MEGA Plus is located east of Kowloon in the Tseung Kwan O (TKO) district. Together with MEGA-i in the Chai Wan district and MEGA Two in Shatin, the MEGA Connect (metro connect) enables major submarine cables to directly connect to multi-cloud platforms and exchanges. For more information, visit iAdvantage's site at: https://www.iadvantage.net/index.php/locations/mega-plus

    • Hong Kong NTT Com Asia

      NTT Com Asia's purpose-built data center is located east of Kowloon in the Tseung Kwan O (TKO) district. RTI will install equipment in this newly built facility which will enable us to provide onward connectivity to the Equinix campus, and MEGA Connect.

    • Guam Piti-1 / GNC

      Piti-1, owned and operated by Guam's incumbent telecom carrier, is a purpose-built cable landing station originally erected for the SEA-US cable. Situated west of the Tamuning district at Piti, Guam. Piti-1 now also houses the JGA South cables.
      Gateway Network Connections (GNC) is a purpose-built 2MW data center that will enable connections to all Guam cable landing stations. Also located in Piti, Guam, next to the existing Piti-1 cable landing station, GNC houses the JGA North and the HK-G Cables. GNC will be the first carrier-neutral data center providing colocation, connectivity to Piti-1 and other cable landing facilities on the island. GNC is a joint operation with Guam's incumbent telecom carrier.

  • HMB

    Hermosa Beach is an ideal location to land a submarine cable and to extend the cable systems to downtown Los Angeles through multiple dark fiber routes. Our Hermosa Beach Cable Landing Station (HMB) is designed to land multiple cables and offers colocation space for our customers, where the cables lands though HDD bore pipes and Beach Manholes, owned by RTI, installed at different landing points spread out north to south of Hermosa Beach to maintain diversity. The SEA-US cable and the Jupiter cable have already landed at HMB, while the HKA cable and one other cable will be landing with us shortly. With a capacity of 600kW, HMB can accommodate 6 submarine cable systems and provide colocation space for IT equipment.

    • LA HMB
    • Los Angeles RTI Hermosa Beach (HMB)

      Located at Hermosa Beach, south of Los Angeles International Airport. It is an ideal location to land a submarine cable and to extend the cable systems to downtown Los Angeles through multiple dark fiber routes. With a capacity of 600kW, HMB can accommodate 6 submarine cable systems and provide colocation services.

  • JGA-N

    Guam / Hongkong / Los Angeles

    The Japan-Guam-Australia North (JGA North) Cable is the first cable that will be wholly owned by RTI. It spans 2,700km connecting Tokyo, Japan and Guam. The initial design capacity is 24 Tbps (100Gbps x 120wl x 2fp). JGA North is scheduled to enter in service in the 2nd quarter of 2020.

    • EQX TY2
    • @TYO CC1
    • NTT Minami-Boso
    • Guam Piti-1/GNC
    • Tokyo Equinix TY2

      Equinix TY2 is located southern part of Tokyo in Higashi-Shinagawa. Located on the same campus, TY4 provides Cross Connect to TY6, TY7, and TY8, while Metro Connect is available with TY1, TY3 through TY5, and TY9 thru TY11. For more information, visit Equinix's site at: https://www.equinix.com/locations/asia-colocation/japan-colocation/tokyo-data-centers/

    • Tokyo @Tokyo CC1

      @Tokyo's Chuo Data Center (CC1) is located in the heart of Tokyo close to the Marunouchi financial district. With a total floor area of 140 thousand square meters, it is @Tokyo7s flagship data center. For more information, visit @Tokyo's site at: https://www.attokyo.com/

    • Tokyo NTT Minami-Boso CLS

      This purpose-built cable landing station, owned and operated by NTT Communications, is located near the southern tip of Boso Peninsula, approximately 100km south of Tokyo. RTI will install submarine line terminal equipment in this newly built facility which will enable us to provide connectivity to adjacent cable landing stations.

    • Guam Piti-1 / GNC

      Piti-1, owned and operated by Guam's incumbent telecom carrier, is a purpose-built cable landing station originally erected for the SEA-US cable. Situated west of the Tamuning district at Piti, Guam, Piti-1 now also houses the JGA South cables. Gateway Network Connections (GNC) is a purpose-built 2MW data center that will enable connections to all Guam cable landing stations. Also located in Piti, Guam, next to the existing Piti-1 cable landing station, GNC houses the JGA North and the HK-G Cables. GNC will be the first carrier-neutral data center providing colocation, connectivity to Piti-1 and other cable landing facilities on the island. GNC is a joint venture with Guam's incumbent telecom carrier.

  • JGA-S

    Guam / Hongkong / Los Angeles

    The Japan-Guam-Australia South (JGA South) Cable is the first cable that will also land on the eastern seaboard of Australia other than Sydney. It spans 7,000km connecting Sydney, Australia and Guam, with a branch to the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia. The initial design capacity is 36Tbps (100Gbps x 180wl x 2fp) and is jointly owned with two consortium members. JGA South is scheduled to enter in service in the 1st quarter of 2020.

    • Guam Piti-1/GNC
    • EQX SY4
    • SYD Brookvale
    • Guam Piti-1 / GNC

      Piti-1, owned and operated by Guam's incumbent telecom carrier, is a purpose-built cable landing station originally erected for the SEA-US cable. Situated west of the Tamuning district at Piti, Guam. Piti-1 now also houses the JGA South cables.Gateway Network Connections (GNC) is a purpose-built 2MW data center that will enable connections to all Guam cable landing stations. Also located in Piti, Guam, next to the existing Piti-1 cable landing station, GNC houses the JGA North and the HK-G Cables. GNC will be the first carrier-neutral data center providing colocation, connectivity to Piti-1 and other cable landing facilities on the island. GNC is a joint operation with Guam's incumbent telecom carrier.

    • Sydney Equinix SY4

      Equinix SY4 is located south of the Sydney CBD near Sydney's Kingsford Smith International Airport. Located on the same campus, SY4 provides easy access to SY1, SY2, SY3 and SY5. For more information, visit Equinix's site at: https://www.equinix.com/locations/asia-colocation/australia-colocation/sydney-data-centers/

    • Sydney Brookvale CLS

      Brookvale is the cable landing station for the Southern Cross Cable. It is located approximately 15km north of the Sydney CBD. All capacity is directly sent to Equinix SY4 via redundant terrestrial fiber and does not terminate at the Brookvale CLS.

  • JGA-S Sunshine Coast

    Guam / Hongkong / Los Angeles

    The Sunshine Coast branch is the first cable that will land on the eastern seaboard of Australia other than Sydney. It spans 700km connecting the Sunshine Coast, Queensland to an ROADM branching unit on JGA South. This new branch will deliver connectivity from the Sunshine Coast to Guam and onwards, while providing much needed diversity between Brisbane, Queensland and Sydney. The Sunshine Coast branch is wholly owned by RTI in partnership with the Sunshine Coast Council and is scheduled to enter in service in the 2nd quarter of 2020.
    For further information about the Sunshine Coast, please visit their website at: https://invest.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au/
    Investment-Opportunities/Sunshine-Coast-International-Broadband-Network

    • SC Maroochydore
    • Sunshine Coast (Maroochydore) CLS

      The Maroochydore cable landing station is located in the heart of Sunshine Coast, approximately 100km north of Brisbane, the state capital of Queensland, Australia. Owned and operated by the local Sunshine Coast Council, this purpose-built facility provides colocation and connectivity to Brisbane and the North-Eastern parts of Australia.

  • SEA-US

    Guam / Hongkong / Los Angeles

    The Southeast Asia-United States (SEA-US) Cable is the first cable that was built by RTI. It spans 11,100km connecting Guam to Los Angeles, California, U.S.A. via Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.A. The initial design capacity is 20Tbps (100Gbps x 100wl x 2fp) and is shared with five consortium members. SEA-US has been in service since August 2017.

    • Guam Piti-1/GNC
    • HNL DRF
    • LA HMB
    • Coresite LA2
    • Guam Piti-1 / GNC

      Piti-1, owned and operated by Guam's incumbent telecom carrier, is a purpose-built cable landing station originally erected for the SEA-US cable. Situated west of the Tamuning district at Piti, Guam. Piti-1 now also houses the JGA South cables.Gateway Network Connections (GNC) is a purpose-built 2MW data center that will enable connections to all Guam cable landing stations. Also located in Piti, Guam, next to the existing Piti-1 cable landing station, GNC houses the JGA North and the HK-G Cables. GNC will be the first carrier-neutral data center providing colocation, connectivity to Piti-1 and other cable landing facilities on the island. GNC is a joint operation with Guam's incumbent telecom carrier.

    • Honolulu DRFortress

      DRFortress is located adjacent to Honolulu's Daniel K. Inouye International Airport. DRFortress is the largest carrier-neutral data center operating in Hawaii. For more information, visit DRFortress's site at: https://www.drfortress.com/

    • Los Angeles RTI Hermosa Beach (HMB)

      Located at Hermosa Beach, south of Los Angeles International Airport. It is an ideal location to land a submarine cable and to extend the cable systems to downtown Los Angeles through multiple dark fiber routes. With a capacity of 600kW, HMB can accommodate 6 submarine cable systems and provide colocation services.

    • Los Angeles CoreSite LA2

      Los Angeles. Together with the most interconnected data center in North America "One Wilshire" (LA1), CoreSite's LA campus offers unbeatable connectivity. For more information, visit CoreSite's site at: https://www.coresite.com/data-centers/locations/los-angeles/la2

  • SxS

    Guam / Hongkong / Los Angeles

    The SxS (pronounced "Success") cable was planned to complement SEA-US by providing much needed capacity and diversity between Guam and Los Angeles, California, U.S.A. Once completed, it will span 10,400km directly connecting Guam to Los Angeles, California, U.S.A. The initial design capacity is 96Tbps (100Gbps x 160wl x 6fp) and will be wholly owned by RTI. SxS is scheduled to enter in service in 2022.

    • Guam Piti-1/GNC
    • LA HMB
    • Coresite LA2
    • Guam Piti-1 / GNC

      Piti-1, owned and operated by Guam's incumbent telecom carrier, is a purpose-built cable landing station originally erected for the SEA-US cable. Situated west of the Tamuning district at Piti, Guam. Piti-1 now also houses the JGA South cables.Gateway Network Connections (GNC) is a purpose-built 2MW data center that will enable connections to all Guam cable landing stations. Also located in Piti, Guam, next to the existing Piti-1 cable landing station, GNC houses the JGA North and the HK-G Cables. GNC will be the first carrier-neutral data center providing colocation, connectivity to Piti-1 and other cable landing facilities on the island. GNC is a joint operation with Guam's incumbent telecom carrier.

    • Los Angeles RTI Hermosa Beach (HMB)

      Located at Hermosa Beach, south of Los Angeles International Airport. It is an ideal location to land a submarine cable and to extend the cable systems to downtown Los Angeles through multiple dark fiber routes. With a capacity of 600kW, HMB can accommodate 6 submarine cable systems and provide colocation services.

    • Los Angeles CoreSite LA2

      CoreSite LA2 is located close to Union Station in the heart of downtown Los Angeles. Together with the most interconnected data center in North America "One Wilshire" (LA1), CoreSite's LA campus offers unbeatable connectivity. For more information, visit CoreSite's site at: https://www.coresite.com/data-centers/locations/los-angeles/la2

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