Converge ICT Solutions is on the dot with its Php1 billion Cebu data center expansion following an anticipated increased demand for connectivity and creation of content in a world that’s been seeing a shift to digital, borne from the global health crisis.
Converge COO Jesus Romero claims that the infrastructure is expected to start its operations by Q3 2024, telling Inquirer how the project is “on track as per plan”.
To feature 300 racks, the Cebu data center is planned to supplement the company’s existing data centers found in Clark and Pasig.
Described by the COO as “high availability, non-blocking, and low latency,” the Php1 billion-worth six-story building, which will also be a house to a contact center, will be located in the city of Mandaue.
A lucrative endeavor, Romero says that Converge ICT is expecting to build business relationships with more customers, the likes of global carriers, over-the-top (OTT) operators including Netflix, and local enterprises.