GNC Cable Landing Station is the first combined neutral Cable Landing Station (CLS) and Data Center (DC) in Piti, Guam, owned by Gateway Network Connections, LLC (GNC).

GNC Cable Landing Station is a purpose-built facility with 11,800-square-foot (1,096 square meter) Type 3 designed data center, with approximately 250 racks of capacity and 2 Megawatts of power. GNC is engineered to withstand Category 5 Hurricane conditions and tsunami flooding.

Gateway Network Connections LLC is a Guam limited liability company, 51% owned by Asia Connectivity Elements, Inc. (“ACE”), a Guam corporation, and 49% owned by TeleGuam Holdings, LLC (“GTA”). 

The GNC building will be located adjacent to GTA’s Piti-I CLS.

GNC houses JGA NorthJGA SouthHK-G (withdrawn), and SxS (pending), while Piti-I CLS houses the Southeast Asia-United States Cable System (SEA-US).

JGA NorthGA SouthHK-GSEA-US and SxS will interconnect with each other at GNC’s neutral facility, and GTA’s network across Guam will allow for seamless connectivity between GNC and other active cables landed on Guam.