NTT Com signs contract for Asia Pacific Gateway network

January 2012
Optical Networks/WDM;Jan2012, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p9
The article offers information on signing of a contract for the construction and maintenance of the Asia Pacific Gateway (APG) by NTT Communications Corporation (NTT Com) with other telecommunication carriers in Asia. With a total design capacity of 54.8 terabit-per-second (Tbps), the undersea cable network is scheduled to launch by June 2014 and effective by March 2012. The APG is stated to connect most countries and regions of East Asia via landing sites in Korea, Japan,Taiwan and others.


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