Songkhla Cable Landing Station (Songkhla CLS) is the landing point for APG, FLAG Europe Asia (FEA) and TIS (Thailand - Indonesia - Singapore). Songkhla CLS is also cable landing station for CAT's domestic submarine cable networks, DSCN (Domestic Submarine Cable Network) and CSN (CAT Submarine Network).
Songkhla Cable Landing Station is one of the following five submairne cable landing stations owned by CAT which names it as the Chalee-2 Submarine Cable Station:
- The Chalee-1 Submarine Cable Station – Phetburi Province
- The Chalee-2 Submarine Cable Station – Songkhla Province
- The Chalee-3 Submarine Cable Station – Chonburi Province
- The Chalee-4 Submarine Cable Station – Satun Province
- The Chalee-5 Submarine Cable Station – Chumphon Province
- Songkhla Cable Landing Station, or Songkhla CLS, or Chalee-2 Submarine Cable Station
Available Backhaul Providers:
Submarine Cable Systems:
DSCN (Domestic Submarine Cable Network): The Domestic Submarine Cable Network – DSCN is the domestic optical fiber cable network. There are 5 sites where the cables get ashore, to include: the Chalee-1 Submarine Cable Station in Phetburi Province; the Chalee-2 Submarine Cable Station in Songkhla Province; the Chalee-3 Submarine Cable Station in Chonburi Province; and the Chalee-5 Submarine Cable Station in Chumphon Province. The Koh Samui Telecommunication Station started to provide telecommunication services in May 2001.
CSN (CAT Submarine Network): The CAT Submarine Network – CSN is the submarine optical fiber cable system which is used for linking the Chalee-2 Submarine Cable Station in Songkhla Province, and the Chalee-3 Submarine Cable Station in Chonburi Province. With the 11 exploration and production platforms and the Branching Unit, the system started to provide telecommunication services in the first quarter of 2013.