Sunday, October 15, 2017

Converge ICT vows early completion of fiber-optic cable installation in Cavite

Converge and Fiberhome Officers, Converge CEO Dennis Uy (5th from left) and  Gov. Boying Remulla of Cavite (5th from right)
Converge ICT Solutions, Inc. said that it will work closely with the provincial government of Cavite to assure the early completion of the installation of fiber-optic cables in the province.

The company signed recently a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with Cavite to help provide the province with the benefits of pure-fiber Internet connectivity.

Under the MOA, allows Converge ICT will lay more than 300 kilometers of fiber-optic cables in the province’s 7 cities and 16 municipalities. Once completed, the people of Cavite will enjoy Internet connectivity that’s reliable, dependable, fast, and with absolutely no “data cap!”

Cavite Governor Jesus Crispin “Boying” Remulla lauded the partnership with Converge ICT. “We hope to start a digital revolution in our province with this project. We all know that we have one of the slowest, if not the slowest, Internet connections in the world. But that will end real soon here in Cavite, and hopefully the Philippines, too, with this partnership with Converge ICT,” declares Governor Remulla.

“After Metro Manila and other key cities, it is Cavite’s turn to maximize the power of fiber-optic Internet. We certainly look forward to digitalization of the province of Cavite and many others one step at a time. We know it will take quite a while, but we will get there,” declares Dennis Anthony Uy, Chief Executive Officer of Converge ICT Solutions, Inc.

After Cavite, Uy said they are already looking at other provinces in the southern Tagalog region. Ultimately, Converge ICT will reach other areas in the Philippines such as Visayas and Mindanao to let more people enjoy the power and speed of pure fiber-optic Internet connectivity.

The installation has already started as we speak in Cavite’s key cities such as Trece Martires, Bacoor and Imus with a minimum speed of 25mbps.

“We’re optimistic about finishing the project early. We have the benefit of modern-age equipment in laying fiber-optic cables on the ground using ‘micro-trenching’ technology. We’ve proven its capability in the National Capital Region and other areas so I know we can finish the project on time and provide Cavite with faster-than –ever Internet connectivity,” he adds.

Uy expressed readiness to make Cavite a showcase of the power of fiber optic technology that Converge ICT offers. “There’s nothing that can beat fiber optic Internet at this time. It’s easy to install and most of all, it’s now made affordable by Converge ICT.”

Converge ICT’s ground-breaking FiberX Internet plan is offered in three different plan types for a variety of users depending on their Internet usage. FiberX 1500 has a burstable speed of up to 25Mbps, FiberX 2500 up to 50Mbps and FiberX 3500 reaches up to 100Mbps. Compared to the traditional Digital Subscriber Line (DSL), FiberX will make people “experience better” Internet with better speed, larger bandwidth and consistent performance for either work or play.

For SMEs, Converge ICT offers its iBIZ pure Fiber plan so businesses can operate faster and more efficient, has less interruptions and totally reliable. Each iBIZ plan comes with free Webmail, free Web hosting and free Public IP. For larger enterprises, Converge offers Enterprise Data and Solutions that come with scalable Internet connection up to 1Gbps, an IP MPLS (Multiprotocol Label Switching), Disaster Recovery, Managed Data Center Services, and other benefits for more efficient business operations.

Converge ICT, Inc. started its business in 1992 and was already granted a congressional franchise. The company has many Tier 1 international peering partners to ensure fast and reliable connectivity. It also partnered with top domestic peering partners such as PLDT and Globe and currently has the 3rd largest Internet backbone in the country to help further improve the Internet experience of Filipinos.

For more details about Converge ICT, Inc. and its Internet offerings, visit

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