The TPU cable system is a trans-pacific fiber-optic submarine cable system connecting the United States with Taiwan and the Philippines, with a cable length of approximately 13470 kilometers.
The TPU cable system is privately owned by Google through its various subsidiaries:
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The TPU cable system features 16 fiber pairs on its trans-pacific routes, with a total design capacity of approximately 13 Tbps per fiber pair, for a total system capacity of approximately 260 Tbps.
The TPU cable system is provided by NEC, using optical fiber switching technology in the branching units, also demonstrating the first commercial use of multi-core fiber in a subsea cable system.
The TPU cable system is expected to be ready for service in 2025.