Piti-I Cable Landing Station is built for the landing of  the Southeast Asia-United States Cable System (SEA-US) in Guam, owned by Teleguam Holdings,LLC ("GTA").

Adjacent to GTA’s Piti-I CLS, there is a neutral cable landing station and data center, owned by Gateway Network Connections LLC ("GNC"). GNC 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The GNC cable landing station is the terminal station for JGA North,  JGA SouthHK-G (withdrawn), and SxS (pending).

There is seamless interconnection between Piti-I Cable Landing Station and GNC cable landing station.