Cayman’s regulator for telecom companies has provided some long sort clarity on how all those fiber optic cables are to be strung along utility poles.
In a decision released last week, the Information and Communications Technology Authority (ICTA) provided a common height standard for Logic, Lime and C3 infinity.
Each company has been racing to lay out a network of cables for TV, internet and phone service, but CUC even went to court at one point to bring all that work to a halt until access and locations on their utility poles could be resolved.
The telecomms, in turn, wanted CUC’s vendor on pole space to clarify fees and approve permits more quickly, something the ICTA appears to want as well.
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