Converge Philippines Add 1.3Tbps Capacity for Fully Redundant Subsea Cable Network
Converge ICT Solutions Inc has declared that they have helped their global organization limit by an extra 1.3Tbps or TeraBits each second in the C2C link framework.
The C2C link framework is a piece of the EAC-C2C (East Asia Crossing-City to City) organization, Asia’s biggest exclusive submarine link organization, that stretches to 17,000km. This link framework interfaces the Philippines to significant information center points like Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Japan, Korean, and China.
With the extra 1.3 Tbps limit on C2C going to Converge, clients are guaranteed that associations are presently completely repetitive, which means ensured network accessibility in the even of a submarine link blackout.
“It’s our vision to make the Philippines an advanced center in Asia and getting genuinely necessary global transfer speed is vital to understanding this vision. We’re reinforcing our global limit portfolio fully expecting enormous interest in information before long inside and outside of Asia. This is a stage in future-sealing our global organization, particularly as we have begun with our Wholesale business,” says Converge Founder and CEO Dennis Anthony Uy
Until this point, Converge says that 700Gbps out of the extra 1.3Tbps limit is as of now dynamic.
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