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Published on Feb 04, 2016
Utilizing both fiber optic network and TV white space technology to expand the province’s access to broadband internet connectivity, Cavite’s Wireless Access Program was rolled out in pilot areas including the cities of Bacoor, Dasmarinas, and Imus, and the municipalities of Silang, General Trias, Rosario, and Tanza. Free wi-fi access was also made available in the provincial capitol compound in Trece Martires City, and selected public areas, barangay halls, public schools and universities have also been connected to the provincial network.
The project aims to enhance the local government of Cavite in their efforts to improve the delivery of public services. It also supports the launch of their web and mobile applications LINKod Kabitenyo, which will provide its constituents, students, investors, tourists, and visitors with access to e-services and information such as provincial announcements, traffic updates, emergency hotlines, local price watch, job vacancies, and guide for tourism.
“With a consistently growing number of Filipinos actively using the Internet, local government units can maximize this platform not only to provide essential information to their constituents, but more importantly deliver public services,” said PLDT First Vice President and Head of PLDT ALPHA Enterprise Jovy Hernandez,
“We are proud to be part of this vital undertaking, and look forward to supporting the province of Cavite in its ICT initiatives.”
The launch of the Wireless Access Program was held at the National College of Science and Technology (NCST) and led by Governor Jonvic Remulla, Jr who was joined by NTSC President Emerson Atanacio, and Dondi Mapa, National Technology Officer of Microsoft Philippines, which donated the TV White Space technology.
PLDT Corporate Relationship Management Head Benedicto Perez shared the telecom’s honor as a partner to the milestone project.
“This noble endeavor will arm the citizens of Cavite with the wealth of knowledge found on the internet, knowledge they can use to harness their potentials,” said Perez.