Telecarrier launches second generation IP network in Panama

This is the first network of its kind to be used to offer managed multiservices in Panama.

Tuesday, December 9, 2008


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Telecarrier announced the launch of its new service for telephone, internet, data and video transfer, and value added services on the same channel, all possible due to its new second generation IP network to offer managed multiservices.

Public and private companies that are interested in reducing communications costs, can contract the new technology and implement a manage multiservices network that will also provide customers with a better quality service, greater flexibility and capacity for integration, greater speeds, security and reliability in the transfer of their information on a network that is 100% fiber optics.

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