Converge launches B-2-B high speed internet-A A +A
Thursday, October 10, 2013
CITY OF SAN FERNANDO -- Converge, the former leading tech-provider ComClark, has just launched back-to-back high speed internet services.
IBiz or internet for business is Converge's internet offering for the SMB market. This service provides burstable speeds from 10 Mbps to 100 Mbps, with broadband connection that gives reliable internet access perfect for SMEs relying on connectivity to run their day-to-day business transactions.
Aside from a variety of plans that runs up to 16 Mbps, IBIZ also features 24/7 voice tech support.
Straight to the X!
Fiber to the eXtreme or FTTX is another premium product launched by one of the leading ICT services providers in the country, Converge ICT Solutions, Inc. FTTX is a Fiber Optic Internet Connection that goes straight to the subscriber’s home, building or establishment.
Optical Fiber is a flexible, transparent fiber made of high quality extruded glass or plastic that can function as a “light pipe” to transmit light to both ends of the fiber. Fiber Optics is most often used in Fiber-optic communication or the direct transmission of information over long distances at higher bandwidths than other communication forms.
Converge’s FTTX is 100 percent fiber end-to-end, from Internet Service Provider to the subscriber. Designed to meet the clientele’s high standards when it comes to internet speed and performance, this service gives speed that bursts up to 100 Mbps. Since its fiber that goes straight to varied structures, subscribers will enjoy extremely fast browsing, downloading, uploading, chatting, video streaming, and a lot more, all at the same time with no speed lags.
FTTX also comes in bundle with HDTV channels. Plus, Converge gives access to InfiniTV, an Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) a value added service to watch TV shows live and limitless.
For more of IBiz and FTTX, visit Converge at Tech Access, Newstreet, Balibago Angeles City and at the 2nd floor Nepo Mall, Angeles City or call (045) 894 0101 0r 499 0615.
Published in the Sun.Star Pampanga newspaper on October 11, 2013.