This morning BSO announced the establishment of a PoP in McAllen Data Center, the latest in a flurry of US expansion news in recent weeks that has included the establishment of a New York City Metro network with a diverse route to Aurora DC3 in Chicago and the introduction of three key premium ultra low-latency trading routes between Chicago and major global financial markets.
The PoP in McAllen will further enhance BSO’s North to South US connectivity from Chicago’s E. Cermak to Mexico and will provide further value to BSO’s oil and gas customers that operate in the region, many of which already take advantage of BSO’s high-bandwidth, low-latency connectivity to key American, Mexican and Asian markets.
McAllen Data Center offers colocation services for carriers and enterprises in McAllen, Texas. The company brings together the largest concentration of Mexican carriers in South Texas and has invested heavily in a proven power strategy to accommodate carrier level requirements; as a result, McAllen Data Center provides services with 100% uptime commitment.
“We are happy to welcome BSO to our ecosystem of leading international carriers. BSO’s network reaches every continent throughout 20 countries and 88 data centers around the world,” says Juan Salazar, CEO of McAllen Data Center. “BSO’s expansion into McAllen Data Center will provide our customers with a single point of entry to BSO’s global network, linking the US and Mexico to established markets in Europe, the Middle East and Asia,” adds Mr. Salazar.
“BSO is coming to America in a big way and investing heavily in infrastructure around the country to provide our clients with the fastest and most reliable connectivity in the world,” says Michael Ourabah, CEO at BSO. “It is part of BSO’s guiding principles to empower our customers to operate without the limits of borders – and we are doing just that by providing a gateway to Mexico with McAllen Data Center.”
Read the full release here.
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