is the home of one of Panama's Infoplazas. In association with the
government of Panama, Isla Taboga's Infoplaza has 10 computers and a server,
a color printer, a fax machine, and super fast broadband internet accessibility
in a completely air conditioned environment.
With wireless connection, users have 24/7 connectivity without occupying
phone lines. Broadband WC will continue offering broadband access
of to the Internet regardless of conventional communications infrastructure
Wireless Connection service is available in many of the more rural
areas of the Republic of Panama, including Bocas del Toro, Changuinola,
Chiriquì Grande, Contadora Island, El Valle, and the Island of Taboga.
The company boasts of supplying the entire western portion of the Republic
of Panama with Internet service. Clients enjoy a reliable signal
thanks to the implementation of strict policies of bandwidth control (CIR
& MIR) and one Backbone connection utilizing fiber optics. Users
have access at speeds from 64k to T-1 or more if
& Wireless Panama is a leading telecommunications company in Panama
and provides national and international fixed voice services on an exclusive
basis until 2003. The company also provides mobile, data, Internet access,
IP solutions and other deregulated services in a competitive market.
Currently, Cable & Wireless Panama offers Internet service at speeds
of 64K to T1. Connections are dial-up. Rates are competitive.
A 64K connection with email address is $14.95 per month. Connection
time is charged by the minute using a graduated scale. The first
5 minutes costs 15 cents. One hour costs $3.45.
coverage, and utilizes a plug-and-play modem that enables broadband access
anywhere within the coverage area. Navini's Ripwave broadband wireless
systems operate in the 2.3 GHz WCS, 2.4 GHz ISM, 2.5/2.6 GHz MMDS and 3.5
GHz wireless local loop frequency bands.
Commercial Deployment of Navini Networks’ Ripwave™ Wireless Broadband in
In a deal
valued at $3 million, Liberty Technologies has deployed Navini Networks
Inc.'s broadband wireless system to serve customers in Panama. Liberty
plans to offer services throughout Panama, starting with the country's
main metropolitan areas. Liberty is using Navini's Ripwave broadband wireless
radio operating in the 2.3 GHz frequency range. The system enables