Transtelco Completes its Metro Fiber Build in Mexico City

  • Transtelco
EL PASO, TEXAS/CIUDAD JUÁREZ, MEXICO - Transtelco announced that it has completed construction of its high capacity metropolitan fiber optic network in Mexico City, Mexico. Located in the heart of the largest border region in the world, Transtelco’s geographic focus includes the entire southern United States/Mexico border, and now central Mexico.

The multi-duct, multi-ring network will service Transtelco’s growing wholesale and enterprise customers in Mexico’s largest city. The new infrastructure will add significant capacity to Mexico City at lower costs and higher capacities. The continued expansion of Mexico City’s broadband infrastructure will enhance Mexico City’s position as one of Mexico’s leading business destinations.

From the Border Region to Central Mexico
Transtelco will connect Mexico City to its US network via its cross-border fibers through Reynosa-McAllen and Nuevo Laredo-Laredo. The addition will enable Transtelco to offer competitive solutions for transport, IP access, metro Ethernet, voice, collocation, content delivery and IT services. Transtelco can now offer new types of services over a significantly wider range of locations to much better serve end-users throughout Mexico and the United States. This new market also enables US-based service providers to efficiently reach businesses based in regions served by Transtelco.

“Mexico City is one of Mexico and Latin America’s premier business destinations. The expansion of Transtelco’s network into this critical market allows Transtelco to expand its footprint in an important manner while offering new services and solutions to a growing customer base at competitive rates,” said Edgar Mosti, vice president of wholesale network services at Transtelco.


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