Internet provider Converge ICT Solutions, Inc. has deployed a third Core network backbone node to enable a redundant traffic routing and a more fault-tolerant end-to-end fiber network.
“We’ve always said that we are all about our customers’ online experience. This is one of the best examples of how we intend to back it up. Our main advantage is the quality of our high-speed fiber connectivity,” Converge CEO Dennis Anthony Uy said on Wednesday.
Converge, previously, had only two core nodes in Metro Manila and Pampanga.
Apart from the additional core backbone, Converge has recently deployed 34 broadband remote access server systems (BRAS) throughout Luzon.
These systems help enhance customer internet experience as it increases reliability and decreases latency.
Converge has also augmented its international bandw capacity to 1.5 Tbps, with key hubs in Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, and the United States to cut congestion for internet users and secure enough capacity even during a submarine cable outage.
“These network augmentation efforts have empowered our company to fully support customer-centric projects like our free speed increase for our residential plan subscribers. This free upgrade of all pure fiber home plans does require serious backend support,” Uy said.
“We are consistently working hard so our services can provide what our customers need – a reliable network from a company they can trust. Especially at this time when the internet has become a necessity to all of us, ” he added.
By end-2020, Converge has able to gain over a million subscribers.
Converge has earlier vowed to provide its customers free speed increases up to 300 Mbps.
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