Columbus Communications is a cable television and Broadband speed Internet service provider. Operating as a regional media company, Columbus is currently financially based in Barbados, providing service in the Bahamas, Jamaica, and Trinidad and Tobago as well as making its intentions known of seeking future expansion into new markets as opportunities arise. Coaxial cable is often used to transmit cable television into the house. ... Broadband in telecommunications is a term which refers to a signaling method which includes or handles a relatively wide range of frequencies which may be divided into channels or frequency bins. ... âISPâ redirects here. ...
The company is the brain-child of the Jamaican-born Canadian billionaire Michael Lee-Chin. Several of the Canadian executives with the company have also come on board from other Canada-based cable television service providers, namely Persona cable. Michael Lee-Chin (1951 - Present) is a Jamaican/Canadian investor, of Afro-Caribbean and Chinese heritage. ... Persona Inc. ...
Management & Executive Team
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Brendan Paddick
President; President and COO, Paul W. Scott
Chief Financial Officer, Maxwell Parsons, C.A.
Flow gets nod on all-island(Jamaica) cable licence - Jamaica Observer (01, April 2007)
Alcatel and Columbus Communications inaugurate FibraLink submarine network in Jamaica - Press Release (5 April, 2006)
Columbus sets sail in T&T - Trinidad and Tobago Guardian Newspaper (16th February, 2006)
Alcatel to deploy a new submarine optical cable network to serve Jamaica - Press Release (7 June, 2005)
New World Network Completes Sale to Columbus Communications - Press Release (12 September, 2005)
Columbus Communications acquires New World Network - (15 September, 2005)
John Risley And Michael Lee-Chin — The Cable Guys - Canadian Business Online (05th December, 2005)
Categories: Cable television companies | Companies of Jamaica | Companies of Trinidad and Tobago | Companies of Barbados | Jamaica stubs | Trinidad and Tobago stubs | Caribbean stubs
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