Cape D'Aguilar Cable Landing Station is located at the southeast of Hong Kong island. Several old PDH-based submarine cable systems landed at the Cape D'Aguilar Cable Landing Station, including Hon-Tai 2 and APC cables.


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Station Name:

  • Cape D'Aguilar Cable Landing Station, or Cape D'Aguilar CLS


Station Owner:

  • HKT/PCCW Global


Available Backhaul Providers:

  • HKT/PCCW Global


Submarine Cable Systems:

  • AAE-1
  • Hon-Tai 2 (Hong Kong - Taiwan 2), a 735 Km submarine cable between Cape D'Aguilar, Hong Kong and Fangshan, Taiwan, with a design capacity of 420 Mbps, activated in 1990.
  • APC (Asia Pacific Cable), a 7516 km submarine cable between landed at Miura and Miyazaki(Japan), Toucheng (Taiwan), Cape D'Aguilar (Hong Kong), Cherating (Malaysia) and Katong (Singapore), with design capacity of 3x560 Mbps and activated in 1993.