Padtec has entered into a partnership with FYCO, a global company specialized in technological solutions for the telecommunications sector. This partnership aims to expand the presence of the Brazilian supplier in Mexico and leverage the implementation of high-capacity communication networks, based on DWDM technology, in that country. Moreover, it will contribute to the training of professionals in the Mexican telecommunications sector, through educational projects in partnership with FYCO Learning – FYCO’s academic institution accredited by the Fiber Broadband Association (FBA).
“Padtec is a company with a proven track record and technical capacity to collaborate in this market, through the continued education of professionals and technicians in the sector”, says Edwar Juárez, Chief Operating Officer of FYCO. “We believe that training is a fundamental tool for developing skills and transforming telecommunications on our continent. Together, we hope to train more than 2,500 people in optical transmission networks in Mexico”, he adds. The executive highlights that collaboration between companies represents a fundamental component of the expansion of fiber optic networks. “With Padtec, we hope to achieve a significant presence in the country’s internet providers and operators market, which will increase the region’s transmission capacity and expand its connection to other markets”, he concludes.
“We are pleased to collaborate with FYCO due to its great experience in Mexico, which has become an increasingly attractive market for our solutions”, assesses Hernán Yepes, manager of the Padtec Colombia and the CALA North region. “FYCO is strategically located in the Mexican state of Querétaro to meet the connectivity needs of the country, where the data center industry has been gaining strength, revealing the need for high-capacity, low-latency transmission networks to reach markets such as the United States”, he concludes. In total, Padtec has lit up more than 2 thousand kilometers of optical networks in Mexico, connecting the Mexican states of Quintana Roo and Yucatán to one of the most important carriers in the region.