A few items worth keeping an eye on:
Transtelco has a new partner looking to take advantage of its cross-border facilities. The Michigan-based managed services provider ManagedWay is looking to better serve its enterprise customers, which include many in the manufacturing and automotive verticals with business south of the border. Transtelco operates regional and metro connectivity both in the southwestern US and northern Mexico to the tune of 7,500 route miles of fiber.
Comcast Business has plans to add some key territory to its Chicago metro footprint. They will be bringing fiber connectivity to the Elk Grove Technology Park, an 85-acre tech hub near O’Hare Int’l Airport. They are working with the Brennan Investment Group to make the buildout happen, making them the first provider network provider on site.
Expereo is taking its cloud connectivity efforts down to Latin America. The global managed solutions provider has added multiple Cloud Acceleration Hubs focused on the region, starting more specifically with Sao Paolo, Brazil. The move is designed to enable Expereo’s intelligent routing platform to better optimize internet performance for its enterprise customers in th markets of South America by enabling better routing decisions. Expereo also has plans to add nodes in Mexico and the US west coast.
And Aryaka is working with Microsoft’s new Azure Networking MSP program. The SD-WAN provider will be launching a new offering integrating its technology with Azure’s VWAN, taking aim at enterprise customers in need of a way to scale their Azure connectivity in a simplified way.
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