- Columbus Communications
Columbus Communications Type Private Industry telecommunications Founded 2004 Headquarters Freeport, Bahamas Key people Brendan Paddick Products cable television, high speed internet, telephone Website Columbus Communications
Through its wholly owned operating subsidiary, Columbus Networks Limited, the company provides advanced, point-to-point, clear channel wholesale broadband capacity and IP services over its owned and operated 14,000 km subsea fiber optic cable network to clients in 21 countries throughout the Caribbean, Latin America and North America.
The company provides various broadband-enabled services such as digital cable television, high speed Internet access and IP telephony under the brand name “Flow” to retail and commercial customers in Trinidad, Jamaica, and Grenada. The company recently launched high speed Internet access and digital video services in Curaçao.
Columbus was previously the controlling shareholder of Cable Bahamas, the leading provider of video and high speed internet services in the Bahamas. However on July 7, 2009 it was announced by Cable Bahamas that Cable Bahamas had received approval and financing to buy back the shares owned by Columbus Communications.
- ^ Columbus to run fibre-optic cable from Colombia to Jamaica - Jamaica Observer (25, May 2007)
- ^ "Alcatel and Columbus Communications inaugurate FibraLink submarine network in Jamaica", Press Release (5 April 2006)
- ^ Columbus sets sail in T&T - Trinidad and Tobago Guardian Newspaper (16 February 2006)
- ^ Flow gets nod on all-island(Jamaica) cable licence - Jamaica Observer (01, April 2007)
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