The Caribbean Telecommunications Union (CTU) is an inter-governmental organisation dedicated to supporting the development of the Caribbean information and communications technologies (ICT) sector. The CTU formulates harmonised ICT policies; coordinates regional ICT projects; provides technical advice on ICT-enabled development and keeps Caribbean stakeholders informed of the changes in the industry. The CTU responds to the needs of the ICT sector with the aim of fostering collaborative approaches that bring tangible benefits to the citizens of the region.
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1. What is the Caribbean Regional Communications Infrastructure Programme (CARCIP)?
2. What is the objective of CARCIP?
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1. What does the term “spectrum management” mean?
2. What is the objective of the Caribbean Spectrum Planning and…
The CTU was formed in 1989 by CARICOM heads of government, who recognized the need for stimulating enhancement of the infrastructure and policy framework in regional telecommunications. In 2004, the CTU responded to the rapid merging of communications technology and information technology by expanding its mandate to become an ICT body.
Creating Caribbean futures: Why data infrastructure upgrades are the next step in regional evolution. Many Caribbean livelihoods are made and lost around seasonal fluctuations in foreigners’ travel. For much…
The CTU also promotes coordination of ICT at the regional level, identifies and removes roadblocks to ICT development, keeps track of industry progress and responds to the needs…
International delegates take a photo call at the Regional Radiocommunications Seminar for the Americas, organised by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and the Caribbean Telecommunications Union (CTU), held…
With the relentless advancement of technology, new opportunities and challenges are constantly emerging with myriad impacts and potential impacts on market dynamics and on all stakeholders.
With strong relationships at the governmental and technical levels as well as with strategic partners, the Caribbean Telecommunications Union (CTU) is well-placed to coordinate the projects necessary to…
Through a variety of projects and initiatives, the Caribbean Telecommunications Union (CTU) works with member states and stakeholders to develop the necessary skill sets to maximize the benefits…
CTU membership is open to any Caribbean country, as well as any civil society or private sector organisation interested in contributing to and benefiting from the Union’s development…
With the right mix of political will, technical expertise and private sector investment, the Caribbean has the potential to convert its digital assets into a real cultural dividend….