Year Name Abbrev. Operated by Landed at Other ends Notes
1990 North Pacific Cable NPC N/A Pacific City Japan No longer in service
1990 North Pacific Cable NPC N/A Pacific City Alaska No longer in service
1995 Trans-Pacific 5 TPC-5 ATT Bandon Ninomiya, Japan
1995 Trans-Pacific 5 TPC-5 ATT Bandon San Luis Obispo, California
1998 Alaska Northstar Communications (WCI/ACS) NORTHSTAR ACS Nedonna Beach Juneao, Whittier, Valdez Alaska Ring created with new AKORN cable
1998 China-US Segment N CUCN ATT Bandon China, Korea, Japan
1998 China-US Segment E1 CUCN ATT Bandon San Luis Obispo, California
2000 Southern Cross Cable Network SCCN Southern Cross Nedonna Beach Kahe Point, Ohau Hawaii Ring created with segments landing in California providing access to Australia and New Zeland
2002 VSNL Transpacific (Tyco Global Network) TGN Seg-1 VSNL Nedonna Beach Emi, Japan
2002 VSNL Transpacific (Tyco Global Network) TGN Seg-5 VSNL Twin Rocks Hermosa Beach, California
2002 VSNL Transpacific (Tyco Global Network) TGN Seg-6 VSNL Twin Rocks Toyohashi, Japan
2004 Alaska United AU-W Alaska United (GCI) Warrenton Seward Alaska AU-E cable out of Seattle also for full ring
2008 Trans-Pacific Express TPE Verizon Business Nedonna Beach China Owned by a consortium of providers including Korea telecom, ChinaNetcom and Chungwha.  This cable allows each of these countries to reach the US without transiting other nations soil.
2009 Alaska Oregon Network AKORN ACS Florence Alaska Ring created with the Northstar cable