Globe unit deploys 133,400 fiber lines

Globe Telecom Inc. said its unit Fiber Infrastructure and Network Services Inc. (FINSI) deployed over 133,400 fiber lines in 2022.

In a statement, Globe said FINSI, a subsidiary of Asticom Group of Companies, deployed the fiber lines in Metro Manila and Southern Luzon, including Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Quezon, Mindoro, Palawan and Bicol.

“FINSI will continue its work in connecting homes throughout the country. We aim to continuously grow to provide innovative services to our clients and serve more Filipinos,” said Marc Kerveillant, FINSI General Manager.

To support its rapid expansion, he said FINSI is seeking to hire more people and open up more opportunities for Filipinos with a focus on utilizing Filipino talent with world-class expertise in the telecommunications field.

FINSI provides engineering and infrastructure solutions to industries beyond telco. It plans to expand into the energy and infrastructure sectors in the future as part of its continued growth.

“Asticom, together with all of our subsidiaries, exists for the improvement of Filipino lives. This includes efforts in helping our fellow Filipinos transition to digital, turning our country into a more connected nation,” Asticom Group of Companies President and CEO, Mharicar Castillo-Reyes said.


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