C2C cable network has an initial capacity of 160 gigabits per second
and is upgradeable to 7.68 terabits. GNG Networks is the Korean
landing party as well as a shareholder of C2C. C2C's trans-pacific
link between Japan and USA is expected to be completed by first
quarter 2003, enabling the network to reach Los Angeles and San
Francisco directly. Currently, C2C already provides onward connectivity
to the US via China-US and Japan-US cables.
C2C offers a wide range of bandwidth services with flexible contract
schedules, which includes short-term leases and IRUs (Indefeasible
Right of Use). C2C's bandwidth services are complemented by carrier
grade offerings, such as co-location and city-to-city connectivity
with round-the-clock network management and maintenance service
through C2C's 24X7 Network Operations Centers located in Singapore
and Hong Kong.