Digicel Partners with Tata Communications to Connect Caribbean Enterprises

Kingston, Jamaica – Wednesday, March 30, 2016: Digicel Business today announced a partnership with Tata Communications, operator of the largest wholly-owned subsea cable network in the world, to deliver world-class connectivity to enterprise customers in the region. As a result, Caribbean enterprises will benefit from greater speeds, reliability and security so they can be more competitive.

Garett Quinn, Head of Digicel Business, Caribbean and Central America, comments, “Tata Communications is an amazing and trusted communications operator, so we’re in great company. Our customers will have access to a flexible and scalable global networking solution that is unparalleled in the region. The interconnection of our Global Connect MPLS network through this partnership with Tata Communications will help our customers grow and expand their businesses regionally and around the world – all as part of the full suite of business solutions they already trust and rely on from Digicel Business.”

The partnership with Tata Communications means that Digicel Business will extend its fibre services to more than 200 countries and territories worldwide to offer a wide-ranging set of services including Global Network, Value Added Services, Unified Communications and Security services, as well as several industry-specific solutions.

Business customers will be able to extend their private networks around the globe – leveraging Tata Communications’ IZO™ Private Cloud service – to connect directly to leading public cloud solutions beyond the region.

“As the business world becomes increasingly globalised it’s crucial that enterprises have seamless access to customers, partners and employees around the world,” said Conor Carroll, SVP, Americas and Europe, Tata Communications. “This partnership will augment Digicel Business’ extensive regional coverage and expertise with the reach, security and reliability of the Tata Communications network.”


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