Converge ICT Solutions’ Dennis Anthony H. Uy (left) together with Huawei ISP director Roby Sun (right) hand over the modems to HAU president Dr. Luis Maria Calingo to be installed in strategic areas of the university. Photo by Ric Gonzales
ANGELES CITY – “We are sharing back to the community”
Thus, said Converge ICT Solutions Inc. founder–CEO Dennis Anthony H. Uy who teamed up with Huawei Philippines for the installation of 30 Huawei WiFi6 modem which are 5G capable at the Holy Angel University here.
Uy, who finished Electrical Engineering at HAU, actively supports online education under the new normal. Uy attended the formal turn-over of the modems in simple ceremonies Wednesday at the Cafe Juan inside HAU.
With Uy is Huawei Philippines ISP director Roby Sun who also revealed the creation of the Huawei Academy in Shenzhen, where selected Filipino students will embark on an all-expense paid two-week training at the Huawei headquarters. Sun said the training of Filipinos in information and communications technology will start next year after the selection of participants.
Converge is now one of the top 10 IPO companies in the Philippines after it raised some P29.1 billion in its stock market debut to bankroll its plan to expand its network over 18 months to capture 55 percent of the country’s 22 million households by 2025.
“I grew up in Angeles City. Converge is giving back to the community,” said Uy, recalling selling computers to HAU during his college days.