Always On


Dedicated to public health, safety and disaster mitigation

Our Story

In the wake of 9/11 attacks, Neptune Communications founder, Julian Jordan, recognised an urgent and critical need for developing secure, resilient, high-speed networks specifically designed for the public safety community in the Caribbean. The escalating impact of climate change and natural disasters on the Caribbean is forcing new “capacity-building” thinking by governments and businesses and has sharpened the focus on the need to develop resilience in staple areas of life – energy, food, water, shelter and now, more than ever, internet connectivity.

Neptune’s robust, resilient technology-enabled solutions provide genuine network redundancy to enable
effective disaster mitigation, business continuity, and recovery planning.

Our Vision

Transformed government and enterprise network capabilities via resilient connectivity.

Dedicated to disaster impact mitigation, national security, public health and safety.

Making global technology work for local needs.

Our Mission

Our mission is to deliver resilient robust internet and communications services to Government and enterprise customers to
ensure they can run their businesses efficiently.

Our Leadership

Julian W. Jordan

Julian W. Jordan


Julian is a telecommunications executive with over 20+ years’ experience in the industry, dating back to his experience at Flarion Technologies, a mobile network technology pioneer later acquired by Qualcomm.  

He is a regional leader on the impact of broadband on emergency communications systems related to public safety, emergency and national security, and their role in economic development. 

He served as a senior consultant to the World Bank Group’s Digital Infrastructure Initiative and sits on the Board of Directors of NCB Capital Markets (Barbados) and Peloton International. 

Julian earned his Bachelor of Science in Economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and holds an MBA from Harvard University Graduate School of Business. 

Brian Bennett-Easy

Brian Bennett-Easy


Brian Bennett-Easy is a strategic thinker with more than 25 years’ experience in corporate Jamaica, which includes including 16 years in telecommunications, including 2 years as Chief Operating Officer for Digicel Jamaica. Prior to joining Digicel, Brian was employed at Lascelles DeMercado Group Limited (now Campari) for 13+ years.  

Brian is the Chairman of the Overseas Examination Commission and serves on the Board of Directors of Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF) and the HEART/NTSA Trust. He also sits on multiple committees – Information & Communication Technologies (HEART/NTSA), Programs & Projects (HEART/NTSA), Procurement and Contracts (JSIF) and the Bernard Lodge Enterprise Team (OPM). 

Brian’s education includes postgraduate studies with Edinburgh Business School (Business Administration); undergraduate studies at the University of the West Indies (Management Studies) and Computer Sciences (University of Technology) and Executive Training in Telecommunications, Business Analysis, Project Management, and Strategic Management from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.


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