Inter-institutional Communication Network in Panama Presented

Multi-National Network is an exclusive platform based on IP protocol, which will integrate communications between state institutions.

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

With this new platform the Government plans to save $ 10 million a year in telecommunications costs.

The Platform for the Multi Telecommunications Network consists of the acquisition of a modern unified telecommunications platform, integrating voice, data and video services based on Internet Protocol. It also includes hiring of two unique data centers for the use by all government entities.

This new platform will allow all calls between institutions and agencies, nationally and internationally, to be at no cost for the State. In addition, local calls outside the state network will be cheaper improve costs and international calls will reflect substantial savings.

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Panama: Offers Submitted for Communication Network

August 2010

Three companies have presented bids to provide an integrated multi-service network supplying voice, internet and data communication services to state institutions.

The bidders were Teléfonica Móviles with $60 million, Cable Onda with $29 million and Cable and Wireless with $36 million.

ICE Opens Up Its Telecommunications Network

July 2010

Costa Rica’s state-owned electricity and telecommunications provider has interfaced its network with Ticom and CallMyWay, two telecom companies offering VOIP services.

The two companies are the first to be interfaced after presenting their requests to the Costa Rica's Telecommunications Regulator (SUTEL).

Grupo Erictel Opens in Costa Rica

June 2010

The Spanish group, exclusive distributor of Ericsson’s corporate line of products, will supply communication equipment and support.

Alexandra Salas, company manager, remarked that they plan to hire 50 people in the next six months.

Grupo Erictel has operations in Guatemala, Dominican Republic, Venezuela, Colombia and now Costa Rica”, reported

The Time Has Come for IP Technology

March 2009

More mobility and lower operating costs: The interaction between computers and telephone services has matured and the entry costs are accessible.

The important thing is that when the return on investment is taken into account, opting for IP technology for communications is a decision increasingly favored in companies.

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