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Japan-US (cable system)

Japan-US (or Japan-US Cable Network – JUSCN or JUCN or J-US or JUS) is a submarine telecommunications cable system in the North Pacific Ocean linking the USA and Japan.

It has landing points in:

It has a design transmission capacity of 640 Gbit/s, starting operation at 80 Gbit/s and a total cable length of 21,000 km. It started operation in August 2001.[1] It was upgraded to be capable of 1.28 Tbit/s operation in March 2008.

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  1. ^ "KDD, NTTWN and Japan Telecom to Sign Japan-U.S. Cable Network Construction and Maintenance Agreement". Press Release. KDD, NTTWN. Retrieved April 22, 2011. 
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