C&W Networks is a wholly owned subsidiary of Cable & Wireless Communications and a wholesale telecommunications service provider that offers broadband, IP capacity to global, regional and local telecom carriers, TV cable companies, Internet Service Providers and Network Integrators. C&W Networks operates the largest subsea multi-ring fiber-optic network throughout the greater Caribbean, Central American and Andean region along with the most comprehensive fully meshed MPLS network in the region. Connecting over 40 countries, the company’s fully protected ringed submarine fiber optic network spans more than 50,000 km. Cable routes include the Caribbean Optical-ring System (ARCOS-1), Colombia-Florida Express (CFX-1), EC-Link cable system, Fibralink, Maya 1, Eastern Caribbean Fiber Express (ECFS), Taino-Carib, East-West, Cayman-Jamaica Fiber system, Caribbean-Bermuda U.S (CBUS), Americas II, Gemini Bermuda, Pan America (PAN-AM), Antillas 1 and Pacific Caribbean Cable System (PCCS).
WE DON'T PREDICT THE FUTURE, WE ENABLE IT
Provide world-leading wholesale telecommunications products and services to enable Latin America and the Caribbean to advance and progress.
Provide the most efficient and reliable delivery of services, through the most technologically advanced and extensive broadband network in the Latin America and the Caribbean, serving Telco and ISP providers.
Under our team leadership, C&W Networks has evolved
into the primary bandwidth backbone in the Pan-Caribbean region
Vice President of Sales and Marketing
Mr. Gandarilla has more than twenty five years of experience in delivering high technology business solutions in domestic and international markets. In his senior sales executive role, he has conducted business in more than 40 countries, focusing on the wholesale and retail markets for the telecommunications, information technology and systems integration industries. As Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing he is responsible for driving the company to achieve and surpass sales, profitability, cash flow and business goals and objectives.
Prior to joining our company, Mr. Gandarilla he served as Executive Vice President for the Americas for and worked for AT&T International assisting in the deployment of operations in international markets, and ultimately advanced to the position of Managing Director for AT&T BCS in Mexico.
Mr. Gandarilla is a well-recognized executive by international carriers and in particular by telecom operators in the Caribbean and Latin America region and has extraordinary relationships in the telecom industry. And he has been instrumental in the growth and success of Columbus/CWC.
Vice President of Operations
Mr. Collins has over twenty years of experience in the international telecommunications industry and is currently the Executive Vice President of Operations and Engineering and Chief Technology Officer. He is responsible for managing Network Operations, Engineering and Customer Service and has been instrumental in the scalability of our network.
Mr. Collins has been with our company for fourteen years. Prior to joining Columbus/CWC, he served as Senior Vice President at NWN Sales Ltd. From 2001-2002 and as CTO at Eglobe Inc. USA from 1999-2000.
Throughout his 17 years at Cable & Wireless, he held the position of Executive Vice President of Operations and Engineering, amongst other engineering and sales support positions. Moreover, his extensive worldwide experience in the competitive telecom business includes working for companies such as International Digital Communications (IDC) and Hong Kong Telephone.
Vice President of Legal Affairs
As Vice President of Legal Affairs, Mrs. Beltran heads the C&W Networks Legal Department which is responsible for all legal and regulatory matters for the company.
DENNIS G. WATERS
Vice President – Subsea Systems
Mr. Waters has more than 23 years of experience in the maritime industry and is the current Vice President of Subsea Systems for C&W Networks. He is responsible for the wet plant operations and maintenance of over 48,000 kilometers of submarine cable that connect 42 countries.
Mr. Waters joined Columbus/CWC in June 2000 after holding strategic positions in AT&T Submarine Systems Inc. and Tyco Submarine Systems, where he led the on-site development, construction and implementation of 10 submarine cable projects in over 30 countries worldwide.
He is a standing member of the International Cable Protection Committee (ICPC) and the North American Submarine Cable Association (NASCA).