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Latin America and the Caribbean (CALA) currently account for some 70% of overall revenues at Starbridge Networks, a US service provider for telecoms operators and ISPs, company president Enrique Díaz told BNamericas.
Díaz said the company expects its revenues this year to reach some US$10mn, compared to the US$6mn posted in 2010, with an outlook of 50% growth a year for the next three years.
In terms of revenue contribution, the main markets across the region are Venezuela, Colombia and the Caribbean.
Díaz also said the company had a field office in Argentine capital Buenos Aires, but it was closed in 2005 due to a lower than expected sales performance. However, the executive said the office may be re-opened in the future.
StarBridge's portfolio includes routers, ADSL and wireless gateways, as well as VoIP and home networking solutions.
The company is headquartered in Weston, Florida.