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The AJC Network

AJC network is a 12,700km optical fibre ring cable network with Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) technology,
providing 10Gbit/s wavelengths with a design capacity of up to 64 waves per fibre pair. The AJC network runs north - south from
Japan to Australia via Guam and sits in an average depth between 4,000-5,000 metres.
AJC International Connectivity

AJC International Connectivity

Apart from terminating traffic in Australia, Guam and Japan, AJC enable onward connectivity on submarine cables that are collocated in the same cable station as AJC, or are located in cable stations within a few kilometres of AJC. Some illustrative connections are shown below.

AJC Domestic Backhaul Connectivity

The Australia Japan partnering network incorporates domestic backhaul through direct relationships and partners.
Under this arrangement AJC can package end to end connectivity utilizing these partnerships in Japan, Guam and Australia.

  • Japan Connectivity can be achieved via partners to customer premises in cities including Tokyo and Osaka as well as collocation facilities
  • Guam Connectivity can be achieved via partners from both AJC cable landing stations to customer premises or between cable stations.
  • Australia Connectivity can be achieved via partners to all mainland states, many CBD/Metro locations and collocation facilities

For information on network coverage please contact

Co-location Facilities

Speak to us about your collocation needs. In instances where AJC cannot directly facilitate your requirements we can provide you with a list of suppliers and even facilitate your requirements through our many contacts providing you with

Security – facilities feature comprehensively monitored security systems.
Fully monitored environment – 24×7.
Connectivity – supporting connectivity via ‘carrier-neutral’ facilities
Power – option of redundant dual power feeds (via generator-backed dual UPS) for maximum power integrity.
Fire Protection – Fire detection and suppression systems
Environmental Stability – Facilities provide a tightly controlled physical environment. Conditions are maintained at a uniform level, with optimal relative humidity and temperature.
Storage – A range of options are available for customers