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Eastern Comms expands footprint in Clark

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(TAKING FLIGHT. Edsel Paglinawan, head product and innovation, makes presentation of Eastern Communications products and services during the company launch at the Quest Hotel in the Clark Freepot. Photo by Bong Lacson)

CLARK FREEPORT – Eastern Communications has expanded its footprint in this freeport.

The official launching was held at the Quest Hotel here on Friday where it announced its cutting-edge connectivity and data solutions designed to help enterprises and companies thrive in today’s business environment.

Eastern Communications’ Internet Direct Service (IDS) and Leased Line Data solutions aims to cater the growing market and the increasing demand for telecommunications services from manufacturing IT-BPO, and logistics sectors in this freeport and in the region.

Internet Direct Service is a premium and dedicated internet service with a 1:1 contention ratio. It runs through Eastern Communications’ fully redundant fiber optic network, capable of providing gigabit per second connection between the Philippines and peering partners in the Asia Pacific Region, as well as the US and Europe. IDS has highspeed, high quality and redundant links that are ideal for companies with round-the-clock, mission critical transactions.

In a statement, Eastern Communications promises to deliver robust and resilient connectivity solutions in Clark, Pampanga in a manner that is both high tech and high touch.

“We partner with businesses to take them from where they are now to where they want to go with our products and services, and we seek to get intimate with their business needs so we can help fill in the gaps with our brand of personalized service,” said Eastern Communications Marketing Communications Head Jedrek Estanislao.

He said businesses in Clark and Pampanga can now experience more of Eastern Communications’ strong connection as it expands its robust and resilient services to one of the country’s emerging business hubs.

For his part, Eastern Communications Regional Sales Head Anthony Co said: “Eastern Communications takes this opportunity to help companies continue their growth and we’re looking forward to bringing them our other services in the future.”

Companies with overseas branches and offices such as banking and finance, ICT and business process outsourcing companies can control and transfer confidential information either point-to-point or multipoint without risking its security. Ethernet International Private Line (EIPL) and Global Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) are among Eastern Communications variety of data networking solutions for enterprises that provide high speed, point-topoint, and point to multipoint service that transmits simultaneous twoway traffic between customer locations in the Philippines and across the world, he added.

The official launching at Quest Hotel was dubbed, “Via Eastern: Where Your Business Takes Flight.”

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