C&W NET­WORKS SELECTS COLOGIX TO UNLOCK TRA­DI­TIONAL CON­NEC­TIONS BE­TWEEN NORTH AND SOUTH AMER­ICA

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Cologix™, a net­work the Pa­cific and Caribbean Ca­ble op­er­at­ing of­fi­cer, Cologix. neu­tral in­ter­con­nec­tion Sys­tem (PCCS) op­er­at­ing a C&W Net­works is a and data cen­ter 3,700 mile sub­sea ca­ble sys­tem wholly owned sub­sidiary com­pany, an­nounced on with its land­ing in the United of Ca­ble & Wire­less Thurs­day that C&W Net­works, States di­rectly in Jack­sonville. Com­mu­ni­ca­tions and a a sub­sidiary of Ca­ble & The sub­ma­rine ca­ble con­nects whole­sale telecom­mu­ni­ca­tions Wire­less Com­mu­ni­ca­tions, Aruba, Colom­bia, Cu­ra­cao, ser­vice provider that of­fers (C&W), one of the largest full Ecuador, Panama, Puerto Rico, broad­band, IP ca­pac­ity and a ser­vice com­mu­ni­ca­tions and the Bri­tish Vir­gin Is­lands and grow­ing port­fo­lio of man­aged en­ter­tain­ment providers in the Tor­tola, and then ter­mi­nates in ser­vices and in­te­grated Caribbean and Latin Amer­ica Jack­sonville, Florida. solutions to global, re­gional re­gion, has in­vested in the “Jack­sonville is gain­ing and lo­cal tele­com car­ri­ers, most ad­vanced data cen­ter a rep­u­ta­tion as one of the key TV ca­ble com­pa­nies, In­ter­net in its re­gion by de­ploy­ing a peer­ing and in­ter­con­nec­tion Ser­vice Providers and Net­work Point of Pres­ence (PoP) in points in North Amer­ica In­te­gra­tors. Cologix’s JAX1 data cen­ter in pro­vid­ing cross-border “PCCS is our fourth Jack­sonville, Florida to fur­ther op­por­tu­ni­ties and di­ver­sity in­ter­na­tional sub­ma­rine ca­ble en­hance C&W Net­works’ which are im­por­tant in net­work land­ing in the United States on­go­ing com­mit­ment in of­fer­ing de­sign. Our cus­tomers are and our third in Florida,” cus­tomers mul­ti­ple routes for rec­og­niz­ing that Jack­sonville stated Paul Scott, Pres­i­dent their traf­fic ecosys­tem and a is part of an­other re­gional of C&W Net­works. “The ro­bust in­dus­try lead­ing net­work. al­ter­na­tive for traf­fic be­tween de­ploy­ment through Cologix Through their de­ploy­ment in North and South Amer­ica. We in Jack­sonville en­ables Cologix’s Meet-Me-Room, C&W are very proud to be the cen­tral us to of­fer even greater Net­works can con­nect peers and only hub in the re­gion route di­ver­sity, re­dun­dancy and cus­tomers to both their con­nect­ing all of the sub­sea and in­ter­con­nec­tion to our sub­sea and ter­res­trial net­works. ca­bles and ma­jor net­work cus­tomers which fur­ther

Last year, C&W Net­works providers to each other,” en­ables their busi­ness to an­nounced it was a mem­ber of stated Gra­ham Wil­liams, chief ex­pand and grow.” CCASC State­ment re­gard­ing De­por­ta­tions

and US Se­cu­rity As­sis­tance he Caribbean Com­mit­tee are es­sen­tial by-prod­ucts Sex Of­fend­ers to travel to other against Sex Crimes, of Sex Of­fender Registries, CARICOM states un­de­tected. based in Port of Spain, such as leg­is­la­tion to pre­vent This can re­sult in fur­ther sex Trinidad, on Tues­day is­sued sex of­fend­ers with cer­tain crimes be­ing com­mit­ted. the fol­low­ing state­ment: in­cli­na­tions from hav­ing cer­tain It is es­sen­tial that ev­ery Re: Deportees from the USA jobs are also lack­ing, eg. a fore­see­able loop­hole be are a bur­den on the Caribbean pe­dophile not be­ing able to closed, to pre­vent dan­ger­ous re­gion, valid is­sues raised by have a job at a kinder­garten. crim­i­nals from slip­ping Prime Min­is­ter Chas­tanet. The Caribbean Com­mit­tee through bu­reau­cratic cracks

This is a re­sponse to the against Sex Crimes is keen to and de­stroy­ing lives. The US in­ter­view with Prime Min­is­ter work with both the St. Lu­cian govern­ment shall ben­e­fit from Chas­tanet, pub­lished in the and US gov­ern­ments to en­act these Sex Of­fender Registry Na­tion on the 11th of July 2016, the nec­es­sary poli­cies, which poli­cies, be­cause when­ever a as well as to the sub­se­quent would cause the Caribbean CARICOM na­tional en­ters the re­sponse, pub­lished on July re­gion to com­ply with US, the US im­mi­gra­tion and 13th 2016, by the US Em­bassy in­ter­na­tional best prac­tice, with na­tional se­cu­rity ap­pa­ra­tus shall in Bar­ba­dos. re­gard to Sex Crimes. have ac­cess to this im­por­tant

While the of­fi­cial statis­tics To this end we have in­for­ma­tion from the Caribbean from the US govern­ment drafted a treaty, which, when re­gion. in­di­cate that the to­tal num­ber en­acted, shall man­date that It is es­sen­tial that all of deportees re­turned to St. ev­ery Caribbean is­land has stake­hold­ers, in­clud­ing the US Lu­cia in the last 5 years is less its own lo­cal Sex Of­fend­ers govern­ment, the govern­ment than 100, this still rep­re­sents Registry. These lo­cal registries of St. Lu­cia and other CARICOM an in­flux of po­ten­tially shall then be amal­ga­mated gov­ern­ments, work dili­gently dan­ger­ous in­di­vid­u­als to a to cre­ate a re­gional Registry, and swiftly to im­ple­ment a de­vel­op­ing state, which lacks which shall be ac­ces­si­ble to re­gional Sex Of­fend­ers Registry a highly so­phis­ti­cated law the US govern­ment and other and gen­er­ally to cre­ate new en­force­ment ap­pa­ra­tus. in­ter­na­tional stake­hold­ers. poli­cies to deal with de­ported

With re­gard to Sex A re­gional Registry crim­i­nals. This is nec­es­sary for Of­fend­ers, St. Lu­cia, like the is nec­es­sary, be­cause of the pro­tec­tion of the ci­ti­zens ma­jor­ity of the Caribbean the free­dom of move­ment of the Caribbean re­gion from re­gion, does not have an fa­cil­i­tated by the Re­vised po­ten­tial danger. of­fi­cial Sex Of­fender Registry Treaty of Ch­aguara­mas, which Jonathan Bha­gan, data­base. Ide­ally, a reg­is­tered es­tab­lishes the CARICOM Sin­gle At­tor­ney-at-Law Sex Of­fender de­ported from Mar­ket and Econ­omy (CSME). Chair­man, Caribbean Com­mit­tee the US to St. Lu­cia, would be If one or sev­eral CARICOM Against Sex Crimes au­to­mat­i­cally reg­is­tered on a mem­ber states fail to im­ple­ment For more in­for­ma­tion about Sex Of­fend­ers Registry in St. Sex Of­fender Registry poli­cies, Caribbean Com­mit­tee against Lu­cia. This can­not yet hap­pen. this can sig­nif­i­cantly un­der­mine Sex Crimes, go to Fur­ther, cru­cial poli­cies that re­gional se­cu­rity, by al­low­ing www.zan­doli.org/ccasc.html

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