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Philippines’ fiber broadband provider Converge ICT Solutions, Inc. announced it is now offering its Data Center Express (DC Express) to address high-capacity requirements of its customers from the residential and business sectors.

DC Express delivers clear channel, dedicated connectivity between data centers, such as those used in BPOs, banks and multinational companies, through Converge’s Data Center Interconnect Network. This product leverages the latest DWDM (Dense wavelength division multiplexing) technology for high-capacity requirements to reach data transfers of up to 100 Gbps to data centers in the Philippines and, in the future, key international data centers as well.

DC Express is complemented by the Optical Transport Network, for customers who want to use their own network terminals for their high-capacity requirements.

Aside from supporting Ethernet connectivity, this service also supports different protocols to interconnect customer equipment housed in the data centers. For the subscriber’s Storage Area Networking requirements, Fiber Channel is the best solution as DC Express supports FC800 (20G) and FC3200 (40G) for business-critical applications.

DC Express aims to cater to the connectivity needs of enterprises whose equipment is based in data centers. The service can be provisioned quickly, has enterprise-grade SLAs, and has a 24-hour support and restoration team.

Converge Chief Operations Officer, Jesus Romero, said in a statement, “DC Express is yet another expansion of our services, leveraging on our inter-data center connections, to ensure faster, better, and more secure data transfer for our enterprise subscribers.”

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