Fiber broadband provider Converge ICT Solutions has unveiled its plans for boosting its information and communication technology (ICT) capabilities in northern and southern Luzon.
During its face-to-face with its business clients in the North Luzon Interchange held in Baguio City and the South Luzon Interchange in Sta. Rosa, Laguna, the company reaffirmed its commitments in giving high speed, pure end-to-end fiber internet solutions to them, especially to those in underserved and unserved areas.
Business process outsourcing firms and even companies in manufacturing and IT services got a glimpse of Converge’s plan.
With over 523,000 kilometers of fiber optic assets nationwide, the internet firm has been constantly expanding its network backbone and providing new services to its residential, wholesale and business subscribers, especially the latter which faced so many challenges during the Covid-19 crisis that led to a drastic change in the economic landscape.
Despite the obstacles, Converge said it was able to provide solutions to help these entities power through the pandemic, giving them a better understanding of the “new normal.”
“Those who attended our Regional Interchange were industry leaders in their own right. With the products and services that we provide, we hope that we at least can help give a new perspective in their digital transformation and the new paths we all must take in the new normal of business operations,” said Rose Abarquez, regional sales head of Converge.
According to Converge Chief Operations Officer Jesus C. Romero, they have been growing and beefing up their network infrastructure so they can continuously provide even more products and connectivity solutions to their new or existing customers.