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Globe upgrades network capacity, adds over 4000 new LTE cell sites

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: February 4, 2015

Mobile network giant Globe Telecom announced that it had activated 4,300 new LTE-TDD and LTE-FDD cell sites around the country as part of their current infrastructure upgrade program. This move enables the network to strengthen their mobile data service in major metropolitan areas such as Manila, Cebu, Davao and other key cities and tourist destinations in the country, enabling customers to explore and share online at faster internet speeds. The said upgrade, according to Globe, is needed to accommodate the increasing demand for smartphones and other data-capable devices. RELATED: Globe claims 100% 3G coverage, 4G/LTE in 3 months The network, according to its statement,…

List of Globe HSPA+ 4G Sites in Metro Manila

Relevance: 98%      Posted on: August 8, 2011

List of Globe HSPA+ 4G Sites in Metro Manila Check out some speed tests taken with Huawei E353 on Globe HSPA+ cell site here. Brgy. 22, Caloocan City Kaunlaran Village, Caloocan City Llano Road, Caloocan City Larangay, Caloocan City Brgy. Kaybiga, Caloocan City Grace Park West, Caloocan City Brgy. 173 North, Caloocan City 10th Ave., Caloocan City Baesa, Caloocan City Brgy. San Isidro, Makati City East Rembo, Makati City Fabella St, Mandaluyong Brgy. Vergara, Mandaluyong City Sta. Ana, Manila Sta. Cruz, Manila Sta. Mesa, Manila Sta. Mesa, Manila Punta, Manila Sta. Ana, Manila Tondo, Manila Sampaloc, Manila Tondo, Manila Sampaloc,…

List of Globe HSPA+ 4G Sites in Metro Manila

Relevance: 98%      Posted on: January 23, 2012

List of Globe HSPA+ 4G Sites in Metro Manila Check out some speed tests taken with Huawei E353 on Globe HSPA+ cell site here. Brgy. 22, Caloocan City Kaunlaran Village, Caloocan City Llano Road, Caloocan City Larangay, Caloocan City Brgy. Kaybiga, Caloocan City Grace Park West, Caloocan City Brgy. 173 North, Caloocan City 10th Ave., Caloocan City Baesa, Caloocan City Brgy. San Isidro, Makati City East Rembo, Makati City Fabella St, Mandaluyong Brgy. Vergara, Mandaluyong City Sta. Ana, Manila Sta. Cruz, Manila Sta. Mesa, Manila Sta. Mesa, Manila Punta, Manila Sta. Ana, Manila Tondo, Manila Sampaloc, Manila Tondo, Manila Sampaloc,…

MyDestiny blocking off sites to ease up bandwidth?

Relevance: 73%      Posted on: January 5, 2007

This email came from one commenter in the blog: advisory@mydestiny.net First of all, we would like to thank you for your continued interest in our services. We would also like to advise that our International Private Link (IPL) Provider has blocked certain sites to free up some bandwidth. Here are the blocked sites: www.friendster.com www.revver.com www.movies.com www.download.com www.apple.com www.youtube.com www.quicktime.com This is ONLY temporary. We will advise you as soon as we possibly can when the said sites are up. Again, thank you very much and Happy New Year. Very Truly Yours, John Luke Q. Chica Officer-In-Charge Account Management Group…

Facebook glitch redirected sites to error pages

Relevance: 73%      Posted on: February 8, 2013

Early this morning, thousands of sites that use some form of Facebook integration were being redirected to an error page on Facebook, driving all traffic away from their original site destination. The incident happened around 9AM this morning when pages from sites and blogs are redirected to Facebook's error page. This also affected our blog and we caught the glitch this morning. Since we did not know what was causing the redirection, we thought it was caused by a recent plugin that we installed from yesterday. This is the reason you are seeing Fb pages instead off this blog this…

LTO activates 25 sites for driver’s license issuance

Relevance: 72%      Posted on: August 25, 2015

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The Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) has announced that the Land Transportation Office (LTO) has activated 25 sites for the issuance of driver's license, student's permit, and conductor's license. The activation started yesterday, August 24, Monday. The 25 sites are located in Metro Manila and Regions 3, 4-A, and 8. See table below. "We will print licenses during Saturdays and after office hours on weekdays, in order to erase the current backlog of around 900,000 licenses by the beginning of October this year," said LTO chief Assistant Secretary Alfonso Tan, Jr. The license cards feature the new, color-coded design:…

Level Up, e-Games on Top Philippine Web Sites

Relevance: 70%      Posted on: January 20, 2008

For the longest time, The Inquirer.net has been regarded by everyone as the number 1 Philippine website, previously boasting some 44 million pageviews a month (recent figures pegs it at 28M). Since other sites don't really publicize their numbers, a lot of people are relying on Alexa stats and this website that ranks them accordingly. And, since time immemorial, Inquirer.net (or formerly Inq7.net) has comfortably been on the top of that list. It was only lately that I noticed two other locally-oriented websites have actually displaced Inquirer.net. Here are the latest rankings and the figures: # 1 levelupgames.ph, Worldwide Alexa…

Globe claims 100% 3G coverage, 4G/LTE in 3 months

Relevance: 70%      Posted on: July 2, 2014

Yesterday, Globe Telecom boasted the fruition of their recent efforts (not to mention investments) in expanding their network’s reach in the country. In the press conference, Globe President Ernest Cu stated that the Ayala-led telco now has 100% coverage for 3G and is looking to do the same feat for 4G/LTE in the next 90 days. According Ernest Cu, Globe Telecoms will be spending up to USD200 million, or a third of the telco’s 2014 capital expenditure budget (USD600 – 650 millon) this year for the modernization of their network infrastructure. Globe’s network upgrades this year involve laying out additional…

PHP or RoR for Web 2.0 Sites?

Relevance: 68%      Posted on: May 2, 2006

It seems that in the thick of all these Web 2.0 sites, RoR has become one of the popular language/platforms that's being used and demand for Ruby on Rails hosting is growing (or so I thought). In any case, I am looking at it on the (shared) hosting perspective and weighing in on the economics in providing such services. First, is RoR the best language/platform to use? What about PHP, Cold Fusion or ASP.NET? Most of the really huge Web 2.0 sites I know of are running PHP -- Digg.com, Friendster. And while there a tons of Web 2.0 sites

Globe Visibility now available commercially.

Relevance: 67%      Posted on: September 22, 2006

Ahh yes, Globe Visibility, this is what I was talking to them guys many times -- give PLDT WeRoam some competiton. This was just published at Inq7.net: Globe offers wireless 3G Internet service for mobile users. With a monthly subscription fee of 2,000 pesos, the service includes a notebook PC card integrated with a subscriber identity module (SIM) also used for mobile phones. The SIM itself can only access Internet and data, not voice as with SIMs of mobile phones. The service taps into available 3G cell sites of Globe, particularly to cell sites enhanced with HSDPA (high-speed downlink packet…