The world’s most reliable, trans-Pacific sub-sea network between the United States and Asia.
Pacific Crossing has provided trans-Pacific, carrier-class service since 1999. Our outstanding operational and commercial performance led to a 2009 acquisition by NTT. Pacific Crossing is currently owned by NTT Ltd.
We've since partnered with several industry leading suppliers to provide worldwide transport capabilities to our telecommunications customers. Our agility offers you a flexible and scalable platform with both shorter-term and IRU capacity contracts that support the diverse needs of carriers and enterprises.
The 4-fiber pair ring PC-1 Network
- Low Latency
- Routing Flexibility
- 100 G and 10 G Wave Capacity
- 24/7 Monitoring
- Proven Track Record
Pacific Crossing's 21,000 km fiber optic ring network (PC-1) delivers the shortest route and lowest latency between Asia and the U.S. with high reliability and flexibility to serve the growing need for carrier-class managed network services.
Our four cable landing stations are located strategically near major metropolitan areas in the Western U.S. and Japan, providing diverse routes that extend into key regions of the U.S. and throughout Asia including Japan, Hong Kong, and Singapore.