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Digicel’s Destination Data To Catapult Grenada Into Developed Country Technology Status And Drive Economic Development

St. George’s 28th December: A quiet revolution is in progress, which will catapult Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique into a new era of global competitiveness and economic development. Called Destination Data, this new fibre optic infrastructure investment in Grenada will improve:

Business Provides a better platform to conduct business with faster internet speed connection, wider coverage, greater and better bandwidth and greater reliability

Education  Puts students on an equal technological footing with students in developed countries.

Telemedicine – Offers new opportunities in healthcare including remote access to doctors and diagnostics in developed countries.

Telecommuting  Faster and more reliable Internet that will make it easier for people to run businesses or work remotely from their homes.

Equal Access Provides all of Grenada, Carriacou & Petite Martinique with the best Internet speeds in the world, today and in the future.

Crystal Clear Video – Provides crystal clear video service that won’t fade or disconnect inclement weather.

Competitive Prices  Prices for cable, internet and phone service will be very competitive with current costs for comparable services.

Phase 1, through the CARCIP project, will see every Government building benefiting from high-speed fibre connections. Schools and hospitals will follow, making 21st century Government initiatives like Smart Cities, Safe Cities, Connected Health and Advanced Learning a reality.

One of the most important benefits of Destination Data is its reliability and climate resilience, this means that regardless of weather conditions, the network will remain dependable with no interruption to data transmission.

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