Cavite Cable Landing Station is one of the nine cable landing stations of the EAC cable network, linking the Philippines to Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Taiwan, China, Korea and Japan.

Cavite CLS was owned by Digitel Crossing (now Telstra Converge Inc.), which was the landing party in the Philippines for EAC cable.

In 2001, Digital Telecommunications Phils, Inc. (Digitel), Asia Global Crossing (AGC) and Broadband Infrastructure Group (BI Group) which is an international telecommunications-focused investment and holding company with regional headquarters in Manila formed a 40:40:20 joint venture, Digitel Crossing. Digitel Crossing built the Cavite Cable Landing Station and established a terrestrial fiber optic backhaul network in the Philippines leveraging existing Digitel network assets. This terrestrial network connects with the East Asia Crossing (EAC) and brings the Philippines pan-Asian connectivity.

AGC along with its EAC assets was acquired by China Netcom (CNC) in 2002. China Netcom sold out Asia Netcom (including the EAC network assets) to an investor group led by Ashmore and Spinnaker in 2006, and Asia Netcom was rebranded as Pacnet. Pacnet merged EAC and C2C systems to form an integratedEAC-C2C network. In 2015 Pacnet was aquired by Telstra

In June 2021, Converge completed the acquisition of 52% stakes in Digital Crossing.

In May 2022, Telstra and Converge formed a joint venture and rebands Digitel Crossing as Telstra Converge Inc.

C2C (also as a port of the EAC-C2C network) lands at the Nasugbu Cable Landing Station which is Globe Telecom’s first landing station.