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TeleCayman plugs world into 2010 Squash Tourney

Published on Sunday, April 18, 2010 Email To Friend    Print Version

When the 2010 Cayman Open Squash Tournament moved to Camana Bay, TeleCayman supported the event by providing high speed internet connection both at the Camana Bay glass court and at the South Sound Squash Club house.This allowed the tournament to be streamed in real time onto media websites for public viewing.

In addition, TeleCayman boosted the Squash Clubhouse internet connection to provide international journalists with high speed upload capabilities to beam their high resolution images worldwide with as little delay as possible.

“We are thrilled to be able to provide journalists with the facilities they need to cover the Squash Open around the world,” said Dan Kniepp, Club Manager and Tournament Director. “We greatly appreciate the work that TeleCayman has done at short notice, to provide us with the high speeds that we needed to communicate the event in real time, around the world.”

Eight of the top-10 players in the world participating in the 2010 Cayman Squash Open, which kicked off last week.

“The provision of high speeds and reliable data transmission demonstrates that we can carry critical applications such as voice, video and data in a broader spectrum than just the corporate environment,” said Chris Haydon, Business Solutions and Sales Manager for TeleCayman. “TeleCayman is a small but heavy-hitting company that can react quickly and with flexibility. These qualities enabled us to supply our services at such short notice.”

TeleCayman provides fibre optic networks, data and voice solutions, co-location and hosting and disaster recovery solutions. Its fibre optic network in Grand Cayman reaches from George Town to Camana Bay and Grand Pavilion, allowing businesses to operate a world-class network that meets the standards and requirements of international businesses.
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