Con­verge ICT opens net­work node in Tai­wan

Business World - - Corporate News -

CON­VERGE ICT So­lu­tions, Inc. on Thurs­day said it has opened a new net­work node in Tai­wan, as the fiber in­ter­net provider con­tin­ues with its na­tion­wide ex­pan­sion.

In a state­ment, the com­pany, owned by Pam­panga-based busi­ness­man Den­nis An­thony Uy, said this node will “serve as a buf­fer and backup for Con­verge ICT’s cur­rent fiber net­work, pro­vid­ing bet­ter and stronger net­work re­siliency and re­li­a­bil­ity in case of emer­gency net­work down­turns.”

The new node will have a di­rect con­nec­tion to Google’s largest data cen­ter op­er­at­ing in Changhua County, Tai­wan.

“(It) is set to lever­age its strate­gic lo­ca­tion to ef­fi­ciently man­age and route net­work traf­fic for Con­verge ICT’s con­sumer and en­ter­prise-level user,” the com­pany said.

ICT Con­verge cur­rently has nodes lo­cated in Sin­ga­pore, Hong Kong, and the United States.

“This crit­i­cal de­ploy­ment for Con­verge ICT’s net­work op­er­a­tions is also done in line with the com­pany’s cur­rent cam­paign to at­tain global-stan­dard tech­ni­cal re­quire­ments for reach­a­bil­ity and re­li­a­bil­ity, spread­ing its net­work ca­pac­i­ties to ad­dress any pos­si­ble points of fail­ure and con­ges­tion be­fore­hand,” the com­pany said.

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