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Axtel Networks invests $150m a year in Mexico network

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Axtel Networks said it is investing US$150 million every year in the development, operation, and maintenance of its infrastructure as it builds out its network across Mexico.

Specialising in the connection of data centre and cloud infrastructure around the world, Axtel Networks is present in 72 cities with more than 260,000 companies covered.

Though its Data Center Connect Axnet said it is making the "interaction of data centres in the industrial zone of Querétaro a reality", and with its 47,300 kilometres fibre ring is plans to extend this to "other corners of the country".

“Through our metropolitan and long-distance transport with low latency and high reliability fibre optic networks, we allow an unique interaction between the most important data centres in the world, currently present in the country," said Sergio Etcharren, Axnet’s commercial director.

“We recognise that ITW is a strategic space to make our high-capacity fiber optic network available to global operators, one of our greatest added values being time to market, as well as our offer of a largely underground construction with high-speed optical channels” he added.

The network extends by around 2,500km per year and with high-speed optical channels, Data Center Connect is "positioned as one of the most robust connectivity solutions in the country," Axnet said.

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