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Singapore-based Transcelestial seeks partnership with PH telcos

Singapore's Transcelestial Technologies is venturing into the Philippine telco market after it secured a USD2-million investment from Ayala Corporation Technology Innovation Venture (ACTIVE) Fund.
Singapore-based Transcelestial enters PH telco market

Singapore tech firm enters PH market

Transcelestial seeks to offer a solution to local telco players' problems on deploying cell sites.

CENTAURI is a shoebox-sized device weighing less than three kilos, which can deliver fiber-like speeds to customers at fraction of the cost of traditional fiber.

According to the company, CENTAURI is a mass-produced network device that leverages its proprietary Wireless Laser Communication Technology to create a wireless distribution network between buildings, traditional cell towers, street-level poles, and other physical infrastructure.

The device unlocks fiber-equivalent high bandwidth between 4G/5G cell towers and the telecom core network which connects back to their data centers, it added.

Transcelestial is confident that CENTAURI will not cause any delay to the network buildup as telcos do not need to deal with the right of way issues.

The deployment of the device happens within minutes, the tech firm noted.

Telco carriers also do not need to pay for spectrum charges and extra digging costs for laying fiber cables.

The fresh capital was from ACTIVE Fund of Globe's Kickstart Ventures.

The team at Kickstart have been fully aligned with our goals of solving the last mile and global bottlenecks in internet distribution. We could not have asked for a better partner to help us not only work with Globe in Philippines but also advise us on bringing our current and future products to solve some of the challenges in the archipelago nation, said Rohit Jha, CEO of Transcelestial

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