Home Page ContentPress Releases Cable&Wireless Worldwide wins contract to provide ARTEL

Cable&Wireless Worldwide wins contract to provide ARTEL

by david.nunes





New York, December 15, 2011 – Cable&Wireless Worldwide, a global missions critical communications provider, has won a contract to provide ARTEL, a global leader in information technology and managed telecom and network services based in Reston, VA, with a data network that connects its 30 locations in ten countries across the globe.




When fully implemented, the MPLS-based (multi-protocol label switching) wide area network will connect satellite earth stations, ARTEL network points and several US Government locations in the U.S., Europe, Middle East and Asia Pacific providing resilient and reliable network connectivity for U.S. Government agencies around the world. The solution, which utilises C&W Worldwide’s global Multi-Service Platform (MSP), is compatible to ARTEL’s existing networks and can be easily scaled to meet its growing network demands over the next few years




C&W Worldwide’s global MSP supports the delivery of a number of multiple services over a single network which helps reduce costs for customers and provides the flexibility to implement new services with minimal disruption, and also the ability to scale bandwidth across the network to deliver what customers need as corporate demands grow.




 “As a critical communications service provider, C&W Worldwide has worked closely with the team at ARTEL to design and develop a flexible and resilient integrated data network solution that will enable ARTEL to better serve its U.S. Government clients,” said Andrew Morawski, Managing Director, Americas at C&W Worldwide.




“We have been impressed with the customer focus and dedication of the team at C&W Worldwide. With C&W Worldwide as our partner, we can continually enhance our capabilities to deliver solutions based on a diverse portfolio of global, secure, managed communications services and the ability to meet the stringent and evolving satellite requirements of the U.S. Government,” said Derek Woods, President of ARTEL.













Michele Soon

 Corporate Affairs Manager – Asia Pacific

 +65 9321 3191






Jasleen Makker

 Head of Corporate Affairs – India and Asia Pacific

 + 919972326326







About Cable&Wireless Worldwide


Cable&Wireless Worldwide (LSE: CW.) is a leading global telecoms company providing a wide range of high-quality managed voice, data, hosting and IP-based services and applications to large multinational companies, governments, carrier customers and resellers across the UK, Asia Pacific, India, Middle East & Africa, Continental Europe and North America. Established in the 1860s, Cable&Wireless Worldwide helps more than 6,000 organisations deliver their goals. The Group’s vision is to be the first choice for mission critical communications.


Reaching 20,500km in length, Cable&Wireless Worldwide owns the UK’s largest fibre network dedicated to business users of telecoms, and provides ubiquitous nationwide access through a combination of fibre, digital, microwave, radio and leased circuits. The network has presence in over 400 towns and cities in the UK, with 864 unbundled exchanges covering 56% of the population.


Internationally, Cable&Wireless Worldwide’s global next-generation network (NGN) stretches to more than 425,000km, including interests in 60 global cable systems, enabling connectivity to more than 150 countries. The Group’s IP-based Multi-Service Platform operates at the core of our NGN, offering a single environment on which voice and data applications can be converged to drive business efficiencies. Cable&Wireless Worldwide’s network is uniquely designed with inbuilt resilience.


With more than 6,000 colleagues globally, Cable&Wireless Worldwide is committed to delivering exceptional customer service and developing long term partnerships with its customers


To find out more, visit www.cw.com.




Related Articles

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More