Fireminds brings cloud services to Guyana

  • Guyana cloud: Michael Branco, CEO of Fireminds

    Guyana cloud: Michael Branco, CEO of Fireminds


Fireminds, the Bermudian-based technology consulting firm, has teamed up with GTT to introduce cloud services in Guyana.

Through this partnership the Guyana Data Centre has been launched, offering GTT clients cloud services including managed IT, disaster recovery, managed security, co-location services, managed wi-fi and virtual desktops.

GTT’s parent company is Atlantic Tele-Network Inc, a US company which made a major investment in Fireminds last year.

Michael Branco, chief executive officer of Fireminds, said: “We have worked closely with GTT through our operations in Bermuda.

“As we expand throughout the Caribbean and the LatAm region, we continue to grow our partnership network.

“Our familiarity with GTT and their dedication to serving their clients makes them a fantastic addition to our network pool. We are confident that this partnership augurs well for Guyana.”

Justin Nedd, GTT’s CEO, said: “We are elated to bring Fireminds on as an industry partner. The Guyana Data Centre allows us to offer products which were previously unavailable. We look forward to bringing the cloud to our customers and working alongside Fireminds to provide local businesses with viable technological options.”

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Published Oct 17, 2018 at 8:00 am (Updated Oct 16, 2018 at 9:03 pm)

Fireminds brings cloud services to Guyana

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