NOW Corp. has struck an agreement with e-sports creator BrenPro Inc. for the deployment of its Fiber Air solution in the latter’s training facility in the Philippines, the largest e-sports training complex in Southeast Asia.
Under its contract with BrenPro, Now Corp. will install Fiber Air internet solutions in a P100-million, 2,000-square meter showcase hub designed for esports training sessions in various genres. The hub also houses video production, professional live streaming areas, and other recreational facilities.
“We value partnerships that provide a premium, value-added care to our needs. Now’s first-class accommodation endeared their brand with BrenPro’s brand of excellence,” BrenPro COO Leo Andrew Escutin said.
Now Corp. Deputy CEO Rodolfo Pantoja added that the addition of BrenPro, an Internet-dependent company, in Now Corp.’s corporate clientele list is a reflection of the reliability of the company’s products.
“Internet connection is mission-critical for BrenPro and Now Corp.’s Fiber Air is more than capable and willing to answer the challenges of low latency and high capacity internet and provide the best service it can to improve and promote the Philippine esports industry. We are confident that our internet service will provide the competitive advantage that BrenPro is looking for,” he said.
Their contract also provides for the expansion of the bandwidth deliveries based on BrenPro’s requirements.
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