Telia Carrier partners with Neutral Networks for Monterrey expansion
Telia Carrier has expanded its partnership with Neutral Networks in Mexico, adding a new point of presence (PoP) at the Pabellon M development in the city of Monterrey.
The expanded partnership will enhance Telia Carrier’s fibre backbone and connectivity in Monterrey, with the ability to connect to Mexico’s top northern markets and business sectors including manufacturing, commerce and financial services.
“Our presence in Monterrey is part of Telia Carrier’s mission to extend our global network partnering with regional access providers to bring unique diversity and value to the market,” said Luis Velasquez, Mexico business manager, Telia Carrier.
Working with Neutral Networks, a division of Even Group which is one of the most active infrastructure builders in the Mexican telecoms landscape, we strengthen our position to deliver connectivity and high-quality local access for growing regional industries.”
As a result of the collaboration, businesses in Monterrey can leverage Telia Carrier’s global backbone, AS1299, as well as the local availability of high-speed IP Transit, Cloud Connect, DDoS Mitigation, Ethernet and IPX services for operators, content providers and enterprises alike.
"We are pleased to be working with Telia Carrier to bring international connectivity to our home market of Monterrey, a region that represents one of the top areas for innovation potential in Mexico,” said Samir Kussaba, president and commercial director, Even Group.
“With a combination of industrial and IT technology parks located in the Monterrey Metropolitan Area, we are continuing to serve carriers that require diverse, reliable, high-speed fiber connectivity.”
Monterrey-based Neutral Networks gives Telia Carrier a well-positioned regional partner with an infrastructure network and connectivity solutions, in the most important markets in Mexico.
The city of Monterrey, located in the northern state of Nuevo León, is a industrial hub and home to many Mexican, US and international companies. Its strategic sectors include financial services, manufacturing, automotive and major universities.