Who are we ?

DeepBlue Submarine Optical Cable is a premier provider of submarine and terrestrial telecommunications solutions, catering to leading telecoms operators across the Caribbean and Latin American regions. Through our robust inter-island connections and expansive global network, we deliver unparalleled services encompassing television and internet connectivity.

Since September 2014, DeepBlue has proudly operated as a subsidiary of the Digicel Group, ensuring a legacy of reliability and innovation in telecommunications.

Comprising a dedicated, dynamic, and highly skilled team, DeepBlue boasts the industry's foremost experts, whose stellar track record exemplifies excellence. Their collective expertise spans the entirety of the fiber optic landscape, empowering us to deliver comprehensive solutions tailored to our customers' unique needs.

With a commitment to responsiveness and innovation, our engineers stand ready to address challenges with precision and creativity, ensuring seamless support and satisfaction for our valued customers.

Portrait of Valery Bijou, Chief Executive Officer at DeepBlue

Valery Bijou

Chief Executive Officer
Portrait of Ingrid Ciaros, Chief Financial Officer at DeepBlue

Ingrid Ciaros

Chief Financial Officer
Portrait of Francis Rosey, Business Development Director at DeepBlue

Francis Rosey

Business Development Director
Portrait of Alasdair Wilkie, CTO Marine at DeepBlue

Alasdair Wilkie

CTO Marine
Portrait of Jerome Sylvester, Assurance Quality and Project Manager at DeepBlue

Jerome Sylvester

Assurance Quality & Project Manager


  • 2001

    Digicel founded in Jamaica by entrepreneur, Denis O'Brien

  • 2005

    Public-private partnership between the Guadeloupean group Loret and the Regional Council of Guadeloupe. Public service delegation of Global Caribbean Network (Guadeloupe digital cable) to connect Guadeloupe, Saint-Martin and Saint-Barts to Puerto Rico and Saint-Croix

  • 2006

    Commissioning of the GCN cable and extension of the Loret Group's privately funded network via the Middle Caribbean Network (MCN) and Southern Caribbean Fiber (SCF) networks

  • 2007

    Formation of a secure ring with the Antilles Crossing submarine cable (creation of a joint venture)

  • 2008

    • Extension and connection of Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and Grenada to Trinidad
    • Creation of the SCF commercial brand (bringing together the SCF, MCN and ACI networks).

  • 2014 SEPTEMBER 14

    Digicel acquires Global Caribbean Fibre SAS, Global Caribbean Network, Middle Caribbean Network, Southern Caribbean Fibre and Antilles Crossing.

  • 2018

    Signing of a partnership between Digicel and the Governments of Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. The Caribbean Regional Communications Infrastructure Program, CARCIP, connects Saint Vincent and the small islands of the Grenadines to Grenada

  • 2019 JULY

    SCF Wins Montserrat Government Tender to Reconnect Island to Submarine Cable Infrastructure

  • 2021 OCTOBER

    Partnership with Orange for the construction of DeepBlue One