The South Pacific Submarine Cable (SPSC) is a 7,300 km new undersea cable in the Pacific coast of Latin America, connecting Puerto San José (Guatemala) to Valparaíso (Chile), with additional landing points in Salinas (Ecuador), Lurín (Peru) and Arica (Chile).
The SPSC cable system is jointly built by Telxius and Claro (América Móvil).
Telxius has its own commercial name of the South Pacific Submarine Cable (SPSC), called "Mistral".
The South Pacific Submarine Cable (SPSC) system consists of 6 fiber pairs and has a potential system capacity of 132 Tbps.
The Pacific cable system is the first undersea cable since 2001 to connect Puerto San José (Guatemala) with Valparaíso (Chile)
The Pacific cable system was ready for service on August 10, 2021.