The Bay to Bay Express Cable System (BtoBE) is a 15,400 km trans-pacific optical fiber submarine cable system connecting Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong and the US.
- Grover Beach, California;
- Changi, Singapore;
- Chung Hom Kok, Hong Kong SAR; and
- Cherating, Malaysia.
- Segment A: Grover Beach-BU1 off Hong Kong. It will have a total length of 12,182 kilometers and consist of six fiber
- Segment B: BU1-Changi, Singapore. It will have a total length of 2,236 kilometers and consist of five fiber pairs.
- Segment C: BU1-Chung Hom Kok, Hong Kong. It will have a total length of 612 kilometers and consist of nine fiber pairs.
- Segment D: BU2-Cherating, Malaysia. It will have a total length of 363 kilometers and consist of four fiber pairs.
- California - Hong Kong：90 waves x 200 Gbps (or equivalent) per fiber pair.
- California - Singapore: 80 waves x 200 Gbps (or equivalent) per fiber pair.
- California - Malaysia: 80 waves x 200 Gbps (or equivalent) per fiber pair.
The BtoBE consortium composes of China Mobile International, Facebook ( by its wholly-owned, direct subsidiary Edge USA) and Amazon (by its wholly-owned, indirect subsidiary Vadata). The BtoBE cable system is supplied by NEC and is expected to be completed by the fourth quarter of 2020.