FRENCH software firm Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise (ALE) has tied up with the newly established Alpha-3 Technologies Inc. in the Philippines to help digitalize remote and underserved areas in the country.
The latter is an alliance of private companies, including UCAAS Sdn Bhd (Ulap), Trends & Technologies, and GBU Biz International Holdings Company. Alpha-3 Technologies will utilize each partner’s strengths in advanced technologies, business solutions, and other customized services to support government projects.
AS the sole technology vendor in the partnership, ALE will take advantage of its capabilities to reach different sectors and build smart city infrastructures.
“We are proud to be part of the Alpha-3 alliance and to bring our expertise to the table. Our goal as a group is to help Filipinos adapt to digitalization,” said Kit Andal, country manager for the Philippines at ALE. According to Andal, their company’s digital-age networking solutions are tailored fit to support this type of digital shift.
“Through our system integration and other advanced technology solutions, we hope to strengthen the alliance and enable more projects to come to fruition,” he noted.
In addition to the partnership, ALE’s solutions and product offerings are geared to help the Philippines recover from the enduring impacts of Covid-19 pandemic. The multinational is providing reliable network, Wi-Fi and communication solutions, as well as new offerings like managed Wi-Fi and Smart City solutions required by government agencies and enterprises.
“The only way forward is to support one another. That is why ALE is developing and delivering sustainable solutions that can positively impact the lives of Filipinos through safe and secured connectivity.”
Headquartered in Colombes, France, ALE is a trusted advisor to over 830,000 customers in 100 countries worldwide. It has more than 2,900 direct business partners globally.
Alpha-3 Technologies aims to help provide reliable and affordable connectivity to remote and underserved communities with little to no internet connection.