IENTC partners Telia Carrier for growth and new services in Mexico

IENTC partners Telia Carrier for growth and new services in Mexico

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IENTC Telecomunicaciones (IENTC), a Mexican operator, has selected Telia Carrier’s IP Transit backbone services to provide services to its customers and enterprises.

The news comes as IENTC plans the release of its upcoming television offering and recent MVNO business model, which will enable the operator to roll out its offering without compromising the customer experience.

“Having an existing partnership with Telia Carrier enabled us to quickly determine they were the best fit to support the growing demands of our customers,” said Carlos Arguimbau, CEO of IENTC Telecomunicaciones.

“Working with Telia Carrier allows us to confidently roll out new services and cost-effectively receive the capacity needed to ensure a seamless experience for all.”

IENTC delivers high-speed internet through its own fibre-optic network some, via microwave wireless technology. It supports customers in the government, corporate, manufacturing, retail and banking sectors, to name a few.  

IENTC selected Telia Carrier because of its vast global network that ensures service availability and provides the low latency services end-users demand.


“We are continuing to see an increasing demand from service providers in the LATAM market for our services,” said Luis Velasquez, Mexico business manager at Telia Carrier.

“Operating the world’s number one Global Internet Backbone, we are uniquely positioned to serve partners and customers with the network connectivity needed to meet their current demands and those of the future”

Telia first expanded into Mexico in 2018, providing wholesale IP Transit, Ethernet, IPX, and Cloud Connect for Internet Service Providers (ISPs), content and cloud providers in the region.

At the time the company said that Mexico represents a “significant market opportunity” for the company, given its 120 million-strong population and growth in demand for broadband services.

The news was followed by launch of a point of presence in Queretaro, north of Mexico City.

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