AT&T and the America Movil group of companies, which include Telmex, Embratel and Claro, among others, are building on existing capabilities and interconnections for the U.S., Mexico and Brazil with new enhancements.
- Interconnection to America Movil’s group of companies’ networks provides AT&T customers access to 15 markets in Latin America, with more than 2,000 MPLS-enabled IP services nodes and more than 50,000 service/access POPs covering: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay.
- More than 91,000 miles of America Movil group of companies’ fiber optic network installed throughout the region, and 12 data centers in Latin America.
- Six markets with enhanced Ethernet availability via America Movil in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru.
Interconnection to the AT&T global backbone network enables America Movil MPLS-based services to reach 163 countries over 3,800 service nodes and 38 on-net data centers across the globe, says At&T.
AT&T offers VPN services to multinational companies doing business in or with operations throughout the Caribbean and Latin America. The IP-based AT&T Global Network allows the delivery of services, such as unified communications, and managed security, among others.
America Movil is one of the leading providers of telecommunication services in Latin America. As of June 30, 2013, it had approximately 262 million wireless subscribers and approximately 67 million fixed revenue generating units in the Americas.
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