Japan-affiliated Telco InfiniVAN Supports Internet Sustainability in The Manila Times’ Multisectoral Forum

MANILA CITY – The News Source of Choice in the Philippines, The Manila Times conducted its multisectoral sustainability forum in partnership with InfiniVAN, Inc. on May 25, 2023 at Admiral Hotel M Gallery with the theme, “Encompassing Sustainability, Future-Proofing the Economy.”

The highlight of this event is productivity and sustainability among various industries in the Philippines mainly in tourism. The Department of Tourism (DOT) Secretary Christina Garcia Frasco was the keynote speaker who shared her insights on the current stand of the country’s tourism industry.

Sec. Frasco mentioned the department’s achievements and the seven goals she intends to accomplish, one of which is the cohesive and comprehensive digitalization and connectivity in the Philippines. This aligns to InfiniVAN’s Philippine Domestic Submarine Cable Network (PDSCN) Project which aims to serve the underserved island and far-flung areas with fast and improved Internet connectivity.

Thus, by June 2023, 46 destinations out of 94 are expected to be powered up with faster and free connectivity – making the country more versatile and growth-oriented while promoting economic development.

Moreover, as presented by Sec. Frasco, Philippine Tourism can be the Tourism Powerhouse in Asia. Bringing the idea that more potential and opportunities are on its way. Furthermore, helpful perspectives are also discussed by industry experts focusing on sustainable development and productivity in nurturing the potentials of different sectors.

Overall, the Internet is a growing need for everyone, for every island. And developing it leads to the anchor of success and sustainability for the country.

InfiniVAN towards Internet of Islands achieving multi-cultural sustainability

InfiniVAN as an Internet provider that delivers 100% guaranteed speed and reliability in different market types, also paves its way to the betterment of connectivity in remote areas here in the Philippines through the PDSCN, the $150-million connectivity project with a total cable distance of 2,500+ kilometers from Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao aims to provide reliable fiber connection in previously unserved and underserved sites.

This will power up different organizations, regardless of business scale, who often face challenges in reaching wider markets, can now expand their businesses beyond their localities. InfiniVAN’s Internet of Islands in the form of the PDSCN enables them to tap into e-commerce platforms, showcase their unique products and services, and access a global customer base. It empowers local artisans, farmers, and craftsmen to grow economically, preserving our rich cultural heritage while embracing the opportunities of the digital age.

Thus, PDSCN also opens a stream of revenue opportunity for the local Cable TV Operators from different parts of the country by delivering them an effective and efficient Internet accessibility and connectivity.

InfiniVAN, Inc. is a Congressionally-franchised Philippine Telecom Company (R.A. 10898) and an affiliate of Tokyo Stock Exchange-listed IPS, Inc. (TSE: 4390).

About InfiniVAN, Inc.
InfiniVAN, Inc. provides a business Internet user experience that is at par with global standards, delivered via end-to-end Fiber Optic Network Infrastructure that is fully redundant and backed up by experienced and reliable management and technical support teams.

Mhiduel Navarro (0915) 534-2297 mnavarro@test.infinivan.com

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