Tanshui Cable Landing Station (NCIC) is located at 202, Section 2 Zhong Zheng Road, Tanshui, New Taipei City, 25172, Taiwan. The Tanshui CLS is owned by NCIC, as the cable landing station for C2C cable network, TSE-1 and FASTER.
New Century InfoComm Co Ltd (NCIC) was an joint venture of Singtel and Far EasTone. Singtel launched the construction of the C2C cable network in 2000 and NCIC acted as the landing party in Taiwan. In 2007, Asia Netcom (rebranded as Pacnet later) merged its EAC network with C2C network to form EAC-C2C network. In 2010, Far EasTone consolidated its mobile and wireline business and acquired all stakes in NCIC. In 2014, Telstra acquired Pacnet and its EAC-C2C assets.
Far EasTone (NCIC) is the landing party in Taiwan for TSE-1.
Google wholy owns the FASTER branch to Taiwan and lands it at the Tanshui CLS under a landing service agreement with NCIC.
There is another cable landing stations in Tanshui, owned by Chunghwa Telecom, as the cable landing station for the APCN-2 and TPE cable systems.
- Tanshui Cable Landing Station, or Tanshui CLS
- NCIC/Far EasTone
Available Backhaul Providers:
- NCIC/Far EasTone, Telstra, etc.
Submarine Cable Systems: