Ayala-led Globe Telecom Inc. has embarked an ambitious project to roll out the Philippines longest undersea fiber cable. Globe has sent off their state of-the-art vessel Cable Infinity to drop the undersea fiber cable that will be known as the Philippine Domestic Submarine Cable Network (PDSCN). The said vessel is operated by Kokusai Cable Ship Co. Ltd, a Japanese-owned facility.
“The PDSCN, a joint undertaking between Globe, data transmitter Eastern Communication and internet provider InfiniVAN. It seeks to improve broadband and mobile connectivity and hookup fiber to unserved areas across the country.”
The Cable infinVAN will transport the fiber cables to areas covering the 2,500 km PDSCN.
The Eastern Communications said that the “delivery of the PDSCN is expected to improve internet access in every part of the country envisioned by the partnership.”
The Globe project, and its 3 partners, is worth supporting by the New administration as it pushes the Philippines to an improved connectivity to hasten transactions and foster faster pace of economic recovery
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