EZECOM to Celebrate Eighth Anniversary

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EZECOM to Celebrate Eighth Anniversary

EZECOM, Cambodia’s leading Internet Service Provider (ISP), will celebrate its eighth anniversary on March 26, 2016 at the Cambodiana Hotel in Phnom Penh.

The event will include an opening speech by the company’s Deputy CEO Hem Sovath, service awards, dinner, dancing and lucky draw competitions.

Since its founding in 2007, EZECOM has had one mission: to be Cambodia’s premier provider of communication services through constant innovation and improvement, while contributing to society.

So far, the company accomplished this through its dedicated work with advanced technology for wholesales, enterprises and consumers, as well as its commitment to corporate social responsibility.

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As one of Cambodia’s pioneers in Internet service, EZECOM celebrates their 8th anniversary. Photo Supplied

In the past eight years, EZECOM has accomplished the following:
• Acquired the locally owned Telcotech, the sole Cambodian member of the AsiaAmerica Gateway, a 20,000-km network of high bandwidth submarine cable that connects the US to Southeast Asia.

• Built an extensive fiber network throughout the country.

• Developed terrestrial interconnections with Thailand, Vietnam and Laos.

• Became the first ISP in Cambodia to acquire a submarine license.

• Became Cambodia’s only International Organization for Standardization-certified ISP.

• Was selected as Cambodia’s best ISP by a public information and communications technology committee.

EZECOM’s network is unrivaled in the country, with 11,000 kilometers of fiber network in Cambodia’s major cities as well as international links to Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and Laos.

In addition to EZECOM’s hard work with advanced technology, the company believes passionately in improving the lives of Cambodians and wants to make Cambodia a better place for its citizens.

EZECOM offers free high-speed Internet at the country’s top universities and high schools, providing access to the world for more than 65,000 students.

EZECOM also supports projects by USAID’s Development Innovations initiative, which helps advance information technology learning and innovative thinking among Cambodians. The most recent project, Secured Heritage, had EZECOM provide technology to safeguard historical photographs, audio and video collected by the Documentation Center of Cambodia from the Khmer Rouge era.


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