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ICTA and RCIPS Investigating Fibre Network Damage in Prospect

The Information and Communications Technology Authority (ICTA) and the RCIPS are investigating an act of extensive malicious damage on a piece of fibre network equipment in the Prospect area which resulted in service outage to about 300 television, internet and telephone subscribers for approximately three days.  The report was made …

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ICTA focusses on transitioning to PUC

Tibbetts expects PUC Bill and amendments to ICTA and ERA Laws for LA in April The Information & Communications Technology Authority (ICTA) has released a list of what it says are the top five priorities on which the organisation is focussing, and which will bring about much needed changes to the …

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Internet providers block copyrighted content

Customers of FLOW and C3 may find themselves unable to stream movies or access certain content since the internet providers have begun to block some copyrighted content flowing into the Cayman Islands.   C3 confirmed that the block, which came into effect last week, remains in effect. FLOW did not …

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Lightning strike cuts Cayman’s communication

Telecom and internet users across the Cayman Islands were hit with extensive service outages on Tuesday, 15 February lasting several hours. The Cayman Reporter received reports of internet outages across a number of local providers including Flow and Logic from as early as 3pm on Tuesday afternoon. Residents also reported …

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ICTA to update 911 system

The Information & Communications Technology Authority (ICTA) announced the Cayman Islands’ outdated 911 system will be getting a twenty-first century upgrade. A Request For Proposals (RFP) on the project is expected to go out soon. The ICTA, which will be managing the project on behalf of the government, assured with …

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Major telecom outage hits Cayman

Telecom and internet users across the Cayman Islands were hit with service outages this afternoon and evening (Tuesday 15 February.) The Cayman Reporter has received reports of internet outages across several providers including Flow and Logic from as early as 3pm this afternoon. Residents have also reported that 911 emergency …

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ICTA comes under fire on Internet speeds

The only thing more aggravating than a slow Internet speed is paying for a high speed, but getting snail’s pace speed instead. In Cayman, according to North Side MLA Ezzard Miller, this appears to be the norm and he is calling on Government to address the issue through legislative amendments …

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.KY domain going global

On Wednesday, 2 September the Information & Communications Technology Authority (ICTA) will open up the .KY domain to the international community, thereby allowing anyone in the world to register a dot KY domain on a first-come, first-served basis. Although Cayman residents will still be able to register a .KY domain …

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ICTA denies Digicel access to LIME’s network

By: Monique Spence The Information and Communications Technology Authority (ICTA) has recently settled a four-year dispute between Digicel and LIME regarding Digicel’s request for access to LIME’s fibre and copper network.  The authority ruled mandating LIME to provide access to its network is contrary to public interest at this time. …

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ICTA: New guidelines for telecom workers

The Information Communications Technology Authority (ICTA) has announced that a guideline document for telecommunications workers who work on electricity poles in the Cayman Islands has been published. The guidelines were drafted by DataLink Ltd who is licensed by the ICTA to manage the ‘telecoms space’ on CUC’s electricity poles and …

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