Published On: Wed, Jul 16th, 2014

Partnership between Telecommunications Services of Trinidad and Tobago, Limited (TSTT) and Curacao Technology Exchange, N.V. (CTEX) to deliver high-end datacenter and Cloud services

Companies reach agreement to jointly deliver advanced communications, datacenter and cloud solutions to the Caribbean and Latin America market.

CTEXTSTTWILLEMSTAD – Telecommunications Services of Trinidad and Tobago Limited (TSTT), and Curaçao Technology Exchange N.V. (CTEX) today announced that they have reached a partnership agreement to deliver high-end communications, datacenter Colocation, Cloud, managed services and disaster recovery services to customers in Trinidad & Tobago, Barbados and other countries in the region. TSTT will leverage CTEX’s, Tier-IV datacenters to deliver high-end, Colocation, enterprise class Cloud solutions and managed datacenter services, while CTEX will leverage TSTT to provide high-performance communication services to customers in Trinidad & Tobago and other countries in the region. The companies will jointly service the needs of multinational organizations and others that have geographically dispersed locations or those that require their critical technology assets to reside in a highly secure datacenter in a safe jurisdiction.

"We are very pleased about our partnership with TSTT. Our customers have high expectations about reliability and availability of their critical technology infrastructures and core business systems. CTEX’s Tier-IV datacenters are certified by the Uptime Institute for both design and constructed facilitythereby ensuring the highest levels of redundancy and availability. Hence we stand by our 100% uptime commitment for all critical datacenter components. Customers in Trinidad & Tobago and the region benefit from this partnership by gaining access to unified communication and datacenter services," said Anthony de Lima, CTEX’s Chairman & CEO.

“We are excited about partnering with CTEX. CTEX’s Tier-IV datacenters are situated in Curaçao, a neutral jurisdiction, located outside the traditional hurricane and seismic active zones, boasting strict European-based privacy laws,a multilingual workforce and great fiscal benefits for international companies. These are the only datacenters in the Caribbean and Latin America to have both the design and facility, certification by the Uptime Institute. Through this partnership, TSTT will expand its services offerings. Customers in Trinidad & Tobago and the region will benefit from this partnership by getting access to solutions that will help them improve their total cost of ownership, leverage an advanced technology platform to run their business systems while having access to a high-end prime or disaster recovery datacenter,” said Rakesh Goswami, TSTT’s Executive Vice President of Government and Enterprise Services.

TSTT and CTEX aim to drive significant growth by jointly servicing market opportunities where customers require high-end datacenter and Cloud services.

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