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Summit Broadband Wins Contract For Over 100 Wireless Towers in Florida

Cable Bahamas’ subsidiary, Summit Broadband has secured a 20-year contract to provide tower backhaul services.

The contract covers the provision of telecommunication tower backhaul services to over 100 wireless tower sites in central and eastern Florida. Summit Broadband will expand its fibre-backbone network by adding a further 280 kilometers to its current 1,500-km fibre backbone.

According to Summit Broadband CEO Richard Pardy, “This contract expands Summit Broadband’s presence in the wireless tower space and the network expansion extends our company’s capacity to deliver high-bandwidth solutions to our new and existing customers.”

Cable Bahamas CEO Anthony Butler added, “It is particularly pleasing to announce the award of this contract in our Florida operation. Summit Broadband and Cable Bahamas will continue to capitalize on integrating network and product offerings. This new contract expands our collective company’s overall capability and expertise in deploying wireless network infrastructure, both at home and abroad.”

Cable Bahamas is a leading telecommunications service provider in The Bahamas offering triple- play (voice, video, data) services.

During 2013 Cable Bahamas expanded its operations to Florida by acquiring four telecommunications providers and merged them into Summit Broadband.

Summit Broadband delivers the world’s fastest Internet services to businesses, consumers and other telecommunications carriers through a 1,500 km fiber network serving central and southwest Florida.

Written by Jones Bahamas

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