Digicel Fibre promises to provide a world class, high tech future for SVG
With the recent announcement that Digicel is ready to roll out its new fibre optic infrastructure, St Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) is set to enter a new era of global competitiveness and economic development, a release from Digicel says.
“Investment in this state-of-the-art technology helps to ensure SVG’s future: providing a faster, more reliable Internet service on island,” the release said.
Digicel’s Country Manager, Fanta Williams said, “Digicel has been – and will continue to be – the catalyst for new technology. This fibre optic network will positively impact the lives and livelihoods of Vincentians; making even faster internet speeds available.”
The DIGICEL FIBRE experience promises wider coverage, broader bandwidth, faster connections and a crystal clear video service that won’t fade or disconnect in inclement weather – all for a very competitive price. It is ideal for businesses, improving efficiency in the office and on-the-go. Wherever you are and whatever you are doing (in a technological sense) just got a whole lot faster – and smarter!
DIGICEL FIBRE additionally paves the way for new opportunities in healthcare, including remote access to doctors and diagnostics. It also puts Vincentian students on an equal footing with their tech-savvy peers throughout the world.
One of the most important features of DIGICEL FIBRE is its reliability and climate resilience. Whatever the weather conditions, the network will remain dependable with no interruptions to data transmission.
Infrastructure for DIGICEL FIBRE connections to private businesses is slated to roll out throughout 2019. This will happen in step with the Caribbean Regional Communications Infrastructure Program, also known as the CARCIP project – one of Digicel’s more significant undertakings in the region. Phase 1 of the CARCIP project will connect every Government building to the new high-speed fibre network. Schools and hospitals will follow, making 21st century initiatives – such as Smart Cities, Safe Cities, Connected Health and Advanced Learning – a reality.