Converge ICT Solutions Inc. has just completed its national fiber backbone with the landing of its submarine cables in Bonbon, Cagayan de Oro City last Wednesday, April 28, 2021 as part of its P6 billion domestic submarine cable project.

In a press release, Converge CEO Dennis Anthony Uy said they are looking forward to firing up their fiber broadband services in the Visayas and Mindanao so they can soon provide the unserved and underserved areas in central and southern Philippines with world-class internet connectivity.

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photo by Converge

Shown below are photos during the submarine cable landing at Barangay Bonbon, Cagayan de Oro City with Converge staff and contractors.

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photo by Mcneil Mendoza
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photo by DB Manzano
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photo by DB Manzano
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photo by DB Manzano
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photo by Regie Padinit
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photo by Regie Padinit
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photo by Regie Padinit

Here’s a map of the submarine cable connectivity by Converge.

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Converge is bringing the world-class technologies used by market leading countries in broadband like South Korea and Singapore in its national fiber backbone project with its fiber optic submarine cables provided by French supplier Nexans Group and its active optical equipment coming from various global suppliers.

Read more details in the link below.

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