Axtel Networks (Axnet), a leading Mexican provider of fiber optic infrastructure solutions, is once again present at International Telecoms Week 2022, with Data Center Connect, consolidating itself as one of the main Mexican representatives of the industry for, among others, its ability to connect to any data center and cloud infrastructure in the world.
“Through our metropolitan and long-distance transport with low latency and high-reliability fiber optic networks, we allow a unique interaction between the most important data centers in the world, currently present in the country”, stated Sergio Etcharren, Axnet’s Commercial Director. “We recognize 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 large underground construction with high-speed optical channels”, he added.
Today, through Data Center Connect, Axnet is making the interaction of data centers in the industrial zone of Querétaro a reality, an experience that seeks to transfer to other corners of the country through its low latency fiber optic ring of more than 47,300 kilometers.
With an approximate annual investment of over 150 million dollars for the development, operation, and maintenance of its infrastructure, Axnet seeks to reach where customers require it, growing in infrastructure and service level to guarantee the best connectivity experience in the market.
Thanks to its 25 years of experience and its extensive portfolio specializing in fiber optic infrastructure, Axnet currently has a presence in 72 cities with more than 260,000 companies covered.
International Telecoms Week is the world’s most important annual fair for the telecommunications industry. The 2022 edition will take place from May 9 to 12 in Washington D.C, United States, at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center. The most important Telecommunications companies worldwide meet at the venue as exhibitors to share solutions and trends in the industry.