Japan is the Hub for trans-Pacific and intra-Asia submarine networks, most of the trans-pacific submarine cable systems landing in Japan. There are more submarine cable landing stations in Japan than any other Asian countries, including Ajigaura, Chikura, Emi, Kita Ibaraki, Maruyama, Okinawa, Shin-Maruyama, Toyohashi and Wada cable landing stations. 

Shin-Maruyama Cable Landing Station (Shin-Maruya CLS) locates nearby the Boso Flower Line, in Tateyama City, Chiba Prefecture, Japan. In fact, Shin-Maruya CLS is a colocation at the Maruyama Cable Landing Station which is close to Chikura, Wada and Emi cable landing stations. Shin-Maruya CLS is now the cable landing station for Trans-Pacific Express(TPE) and Asia Submarine-cable Express (ASE) submarine cable systems.

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Maruyama Cable Landing Station locates nearby the Boso Flower Line, in Tateyama City, Chiba Prefecture, Japan, close to Chikura, Wada and Emi cable landing stations. Maruya CLS is the cable landing station for Japan-US CN(J-US), Autralia Japan Cable (AJC) and Trans-Pacific Express(TPE) submarine cable systems.

Maruyama Cable Landing Station is one of the most popular place for capacity exchange in Japan. Maruyama CLS is a carrier neutral cable landing station, running by Softbank, with open colocations for other carriers.

Maruyama CLS consists of three buildings. Building A is dedicated for domestic terrestrial systems of Softbank. The terminal equipments for the Japan-US CN are installed in Building B, which serves as carrier neutral colocation as well. The terminals for the AJC and the TPE submarine cable systems are installed in Building C. The station owner of the Maruyama CLS, Softbank, is not a consortium member of the TPE submarine cable system. NTT gets colocation facilities from Softbank as the cable landing station for the TPE cable system, and names it as Shin-Maruyama Cable Landing Station.

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