StarHub Launches Services over APG Subsea Cable

StarHub has launched services over the new Asia-Pacific Gateway (APG) submarine cable network system in Singapore.

APG is a 10,900 kilometer submarine cable network system that links nine countries and regions in Asia-Pacific with a capacity exceeding 54Tbps.

APG has connection points in Mainland China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.

StarHub has partnered with telecommunications companies in each country to provide services for its enterprise customers requiring international connectivity to any of these overseas markets, the company explained.

“Singapore is China’s largest foreign investor. To serve Singapore enterprises expanding to China, we are pleased to provide them with a new international connectivity on APG, catering for the growing economic activities between China and Southeast Asia,” said Benjamin Tan, vice president of International Business, StarHub.

APG also enhances StarHub’s international connectivity by providing traffic routing to submarine cable systems such as Asia-Pacific Cable Network 2 (APCN2), Asia Submarine-cable Express (ASE) and Asia-America Gateway (AAG).

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