Docomo Pacific is under new management


Roderick Boss

The Docomo Pacific introduced last Friday their new CEO who has some promising ideas for Docomo Pacific CNMI and Guam under his management.

During the Docomo Pacific check donation to the Public School System last Friday at the Aqua Resort Saipan, Docomo introduced their new CEO, Roderick Boss, who replaced former CEO Jonathan Kriegel.

According to Boss, he has taken up the position of Docomo Pacific CEO for a little over two weeks and aims to bring the very best and latest technology to Guam and CNMI, first.

“I’ve been here for two weeks and I am actually moving here from Japan and I am really looking forward to working here. I have a great team in Guam and in the CNMI and I am really looking forward to working with everyone,” he said.

Boss wasted no time in bringing technological advancement to the CNMI. According to him, he has already started discussions about bringing 5G network to the CNMI and Guam before Japan and the U.S. which aims to launch the network in 2020.

“We are in discussions now in bringing in a 5G to Guam initially and what that is the latest cellular technology…It will be bringing high speeds…it is something that will be launched in 2020 in Japan and the U.S. but we are talking about bringing that here very soon. There is no scheduled dates on anything,” he said.

Boss said that he doesn’t know what the future will bring under his management but he knows that it will continue to make the lives of CNMI and Guam residents easier. “…And I’m really looking forward to what that new technology is and we in Docomo Pacific want to be first in bringing that here,” he said.

Although under new management, Boss said that the intent stays the same and that is to ensure quality service to the community they serve.

“This is an industry where a lot of new technology comes first so I think that I am also looking at ahead like what are the applications of that…we will always find ways to get close to the community we serve and it was something that was really important to [Jonathan Kriegel] and it is very important for me as well,” he said.

Kimberly Bautista Esmores | Reporter
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