EAC (East Asia Crossing) is the first privately owned pan-Asian subsea cable system, linking China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore. In late 2001, EAC landed at the Changi Cable Landing Station, owned by Asia Global Crossing then. According to StarHub, Asia Global Crossing formed a 50:50 joint venture with StarHub in April 2001. The joint venture, known as StarHub Crossing, owns and operates a high capacity backhaul network in Singapore between Asia Global Crossing’s East Asia Crossing landing station in Changi North and StarHub Crossing’s Telehouse facility at Tai Seng. StarHub Crossing also provides co-location services and termination in the Telehouse facility, plus access to local loop providers, enabling a full set of solutions on a global, regional or local basis to be presented to customers.
After multiple acquistions and mergers, the EAC assets is now a part of the EAC-C2C network and owned by Telstra.
- Changi Cable Landing Station, or Changi CLS
- Telstra ( former Pacnet)
Available Backhaul Providers:
- Singtel, StarHub, Telstra, Tata, etc.
Submarine Cable Systems: