Grover Beach Cable Landing Station (Grover Beach CLS) is located at 948 Huber Street, Grover Beach City, San Luis Obispo County, California, is the terminal station for a trans-Pacific fiber optic cable connecting the U.S. to Japan, the PC-1 Network, and a cable network linking the U.S. and Mexico to Central America and the Caribbean, the Pan American Crossing which is a cable of 10,000 km with two-fiber-pair system.
Facebook will land its CAP-1 submarine cable system at the Grover Beach CLS.
The Grover Beach CLS is owned and operated by PC Landing Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of Pacific Crossing Ltd (Pacific Crossing) which is the owner of the PC-1 Network. PC Landing holds the U.S. submarine cable landing license for the PC-1 Network. NTT Communications acquired 100% of Pacific Crossing in 2009, and consequently the control of PC Landing was transfered from Pacific Crossing to NTT Communications.
The Grover Beach CLS is one of the three cable landing stations in San Lius Obispo County, the others are the San Liu Obispo Cable Landing Station and the Morro Bay Cable Landing Station.
With this infrastructure advantages, the City of Grover Beach, located halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles on California’s central coast, has successfully submitted an application for federal stimulus monies made available from President Obama’s American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009 for broadband, now preparing a Technology Master Plan ― to become a hub for broadband communications on the west coast.
- Grover Beach Cable Landing Station, or Grover Beach CLS
- 948 Huber Street, Grover Beach, San Luis Obispo County, CA 93433, USA
- Pacific Crossing (via PC Landing Corp.)
Available Backhaul Providers:
- Pacific Crossing, Level 3, etc.
Submarine Cable Systems:
- PC-1 Network South and East
- Pan American Crossing