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GRAND CAYMAN, Cayman Islands, March 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ – Caribbean Utilities Company, Ltd. (“CUC”) announced today that the Cayman Islands Information and Communication Technology Authority (“ICTA”) has granted its wholly owned subsidiary, DataLink, Ltd (“DataLink”), a licence to provide fibre optic infrastructure in Grand Cayman.
CUC and DataLink have entered into management and maintenance, pole attachment and fibre optic agreements as approved by the Cayman Islands Electricity Regulatory Authority. The ICTA licence will now allow DataLink to assume full responsibility for the existing Pole Attachment Agreements and Optical Fiber Lease Agreement currently held by CUC with third party information and communications technology (ICT) service providers.
President and CEO of CUC Mr. Richard Hew said, “I am pleased that the licence has been granted as it will allow DataLink to provide access to fibre optic and other facilities on commercial terms to companies on the island, particularly those in the ICT sector. CUC has owned a fibre optic network since 2000 and, through DataLink, can now provide an additional service which will benefit both electricity and ICT consumers in Grand Cayman.”
President and CEO of DataLink, Andrew Small, anticipates that the existing Pole Attachment Agreements and an Optical Fiber Lease Agreement will be assigned to DataLink in the near future. DataLink presently has a Pole Attachment and Optical Fiber arrangement with the Cayman Islands Government for their CCTV project and the recent grant of this Licence will benefit all stakeholders.
“There is tremendous potential for DataLink. Over the years, we have had a number of requests for access to this fibre optic network and I am very pleased that we are now in a position to make it available,” Mr. Small said.
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SOURCE Caribbean Utilities Company, Ltd.