Epson Group, longtime maker of printers and other imaging devices, has implemented an IP VPN from glbc improve its network to and within Latin America. The new service will provide converged voice, data, and video to Epson’s subsidiaries in Argentina, Brazil, California, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Mexico, Peru, and Venezuela. That’s quite a list, I had no idea Epson had that big a presence in the region.
For Global Crossing, this type of deal is their bread and butter, leveraging both their international MPLS backbone and their extensive fiber networks throughout Latin America. It’s a good place to be well positioned, with traffic growth continuing to outpace what is seen in more established markets.
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