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GoWork, a collaborative co-working ecosystem has joined hands with Spectra to provide dedicated high-speed internet connectivity to clients at its campus.
The overall capacity at the campus will start from 1Gbps bandwidth and grow to 12 Gbps. This partnership makes GoWork Asia's first co-working campus to provide clients with a dedicated internet speed of 2 Mbps per person.
Spectra, a fiber optic based internet service provider will also manage the entire cyber operations including the significant domain of cyber security and includes ensuring complete privacy of data.
This facility will also be provided to other GoWork campuses which are in the pipeline, with massive expansion planned next year.
"GoWork has always strived to bring in the best in infrastructural requirements for our clients, and high-speed internet connectivity is a necessity for efficient operations. We aim to provide our customers with the best facilities available in the industry, given the global standards. In fact, internet connectivity is the third most significant expenditure after the space and infrastructure domain," Sudeep Singh, Chief Evangelist at GoWork said.
In order to focus on its co-working and start-up based operations, Spectra recently changed its branding from the erstwhile Spectranet.
In a major technological breakthrough, GoWork will also provide its clients an opportunity to associate with Spectra to develop an Internet-of-Things (IoT) framework.
With Spectra currently developing some IoT-based products internally that will be established in GoWork campuses, GoWork's clients will get a chance to work with the latest innovations in technology and use the same in their day-to-day operations, the Company said.
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