Briefs: Cable Wireless supplies Caribbean broadband

Oct 24, 2005

New Jersey's Cable & Wireless will expand its Caymans-based NetSpeak broadband network to other islands in the Caribbean.

C&W said Monday that NetSpeak's menu of broadband services would be offered to residential customers throughout the West Indies.

NetSpeak is powered by Net2Phone, which has a full-service Session Initiation Protocol VoIP solution.

The service was launched by C&W in the Caymans last May and gave the Caribbean's customers and resort industry a taste of the communications services availably through broadband telephony, the company said in a news release.

Copyright 2005 by United Press International

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