Thursday, June 13, 2019

Via Eastern: Where Your Business Takes Flight

We cannot deny the fact that internet has now become a necessity and almost every business, establishment, and home, has their own means of connecting to the rest of the world may it be through fiber, DSL, or even using mobile data. I remember when I first went online, my purpose was solely to play games. It eventually evolved into joining forums where I can connect and meet people whom I share the same interests with to using messengers like Yahoo Messenger to easily connect with friends instead of the usual telebabad moments.

But now, the internet has become way more than that. People have been using it not just to connect with others or entertain themselves, but we’ve also used it for promotion and marketing, influencing and connecting with more people, and even in finding new ways on how to earn and make a living digitally.

Last May 31, 2019, I was invited to attend the launch of Eastern Communications’ Internet Direct Service (IDS) and Leased Line Data solutions, which aims to cater to the growing market and increasing demand for telecommunications services in Clark, Pampanga.

What is IDS (Internet Direct Service)?

It is a premium and dedicated internet service with 1:1 contention ratio. It runs through Eastern Communications’ 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 high-speed, high quality, and redundant links, making it ideal for companies with round-the-clock, mission critical transactions.

Eastern Communications also offers Managed SD-WAN (Software-Defined Networking in a Wide Area Network) for businesses that have a lot of bandwidth needs. It basically enables enterprises to dynamically route traffic across a hypbrid WAN, perfect for multi-site and multi-branch businesses.

They can also cater to companies with overseas branches, which will pave way to a secure way of transferring of confidential information either point-to-point or multipoint. 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-to-point, and point to multipoint service that transmits simultaneous two-way traffic between customer locations in the Philippines and across the world.

(L-R) Eastern Communications SVP for Network Services Albert Tuason, VP for Customer Solutions Delivery Rene Castillo, Product and Innovation  Head Edsel Paglinawan, OIC for Marketing Division Jedrek Estanislao, and Regional Sales Head Anthony Co
Clark, Pampanga forms the hub for various businesses like Manufacturing, Logistics, and IT-BPO industries. 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,” shared Eastern Communications Regional Sales Head Anthony Co.

For more information, you may visit Eastern Communications website at:

1 comment:

  1. sounds like an interesting service! thanks for sharing!

    Hope that you're having a wonderful weekend :)

    Away From Blue


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