A new internet service provider has launched in Cambodia offering highspeed, optical fiber technology in the hopes of carving out a niche for itself among corporate customers in an already crowded arena.
The company, Mega, is elbowing onto a playing field that already has 28 ISPs, but which has invested in an FTTH (fiber-to-the-home) infrastructure that will offer faster speeds but at relatively low cost.
“We’re offering dedicated internet access and differentiating ourselves by focusing purely on high-quality dedicated internet access,” Spencer Weed, chairman of Mega, told Economics Today.
The Cambodian internet market has gone through a period of rapid growth recently as companies increasingly invest in infrastructure upgrades, such as fiber-optic cables, which feature speeds much faster than earlier satellite-based systems.
To be continued…
Source: Economics Today, Issue 114, April 02-08