Info-tech provider gets ISO certification-A A +A
Monday, March 21, 2011
CLARK FREEPORT -- The Comclark Network and Technology Corporation (Comclark) has been recently awarded the ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management Systems Certification.
Comclark is a Pampanga-based Information and Communications Technology (ICT) services and solutions provider.
Its chief executive officer, Dennis Anthony Uy, received the award from Bernard Tetlow, International Standards Advisor (ISO) of IMSM, last March 3 at the Reliance Center in Pasig City.
"This 2011, Comclark reached yet another milestone with its ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management Systems certification. True to its vision of becoming a world-class ICT and broadcast technologies provider, Comclark continues to deliver the promise of credibility through experience, reliability through expertise and excellence in product and service alternatives and delivery," Uy said.
Since its start in Angeles City and the former Clark Special Economic Zone, Comclark has proven to be one of the country's premier providers of customer-focused ICT services and solutions offering networking and broadband solutions.
According to Uy, Comclark's milestones trace back to the year 2000 when the company pioneered the use of Instanet or pre-paid internet cards.
This was followed by the introduction of Nemo cable Internet in 2002 and in the same year, Comclark introduced Airspan or its wireless Internet service, particularly in remote areas of the Pampanga province.
In 2003, the company replaced its Nemo project with Surestream Cable Internet Service by using Data Over Cable Service Interface Specification (Docsis) technology.
The people of Bulacan and Bataan were also able to enjoy the fast and reliable Internet service of Comclark when it made its expansion in 2007. A year later, Comclark was not just a provincial player in the broadband industry but it also made its presence felt in Metro Manila by launching the Metro E.
Comclark started to offer Internet and Transport Service to different enterprises in the metropolis. Among its first-ever clients was Sterling Global. It also pioneered the introduction of Fiber to the Building (FTTB) within the business districts of Makati and Ortigas.
Year 2009 was a year of expansion with Metro E extending its services to reach the provinces of Cebu, Baguio and Laoag, while Surestream Cable Internet was offered in the towns of Bamban, Capas and Concepcion in Tarlac and in San Luis, Pampanga.
In 2010, the growth of Comclark continued with the launch of its Data Center Colocation service of which Philhealth was the first client. In the same year, Comclark also provided a link going to Hong Kong to IP Converge to serve its need for an International Private Leased Circuit.
Published in the Sun.Star Pampanga newspaper on March 22, 2011.