With this agreement GCN’s customers will now have access to Global Crossing’s state-of-the-art global network, so they can connect to any of the 600 cities in 60 countries where Global Crossing delivers services and likewise Global Crossing will be able offer its own customers services in 13 additional countries in the Caribbean.
GCN will interconnect its voice and data traffic services arriving from the Caribbean to Global Crossing’s IP network in St. Croix, via 10-Gigabit wavelengths, enabling GCN to extend its services to North America, Europe and Asia.
According to the 2006 telecommunication Industry review, the Caribbean is the fastest growing broadband market in the world.
With this agreement by Global Crossing & GCN will we see a reduction in the price of broadband service in the Caribbean?
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