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How to service the growing  gaming market in Mexico
30 Nov, 2020

How to service the growing gaming market in Mexico

Last year, Mexico’s 72.5 million gamers spent over 32,175 million pesos according to the data provided by Ernesto Piedras, director of The Competitive Intelligence Unit (CIU). PWC’s Global Entertainment & Media Outlook report predicts that…

Mexico’s 10 Year Challenge
26 Dec, 2019

Mexico’s 10 Year Challenge

If you use social media you have probably come across the latest trend of the season, the “10 Year Challenge”, which involves people posting their then-and-now profile pictures to highlight all the changes they’ve experienced…

NANOG 77 is over, but let’s continue talking about Peering
30 Oct, 2019

NANOG 77 is over, but let’s continue talking about Peering

Hundreds of network engineering, operations, and architecture professionals gathered earlier this week at the Texas capital to network and discuss the current state of the internet at NANOG 77.  It’s no surprise that peering and…

Trust & Neutrality:  The Challenges IXPs Face in Mexico
23 Sep, 2019

Trust & Neutrality: The Challenges IXPs Face in Mexico

The benefits of internet exchange points (IXPs) have now been well documented for over a decade. Around the world, IXPs bring together Internet service providers (ISPs) and content delivery networks (CDNs) to exchange Internet traffic…

5G in Texas: A Digital Revolution for the Lone Star State
22 Sep, 2019

5G in Texas: A Digital Revolution for the Lone Star State

Qualcomm hosted a 5G demo event earlier this year to demonstrate some of the more compelling uses for the technology outside of smartphones. In one demonstration, Qualcomm representatives showed how a major city could add…

IPv6 Deployment Triples in Mexico
26 Aug, 2019

IPv6 Deployment Triples in Mexico

From June 8th, 2018 to June 8th, 2019 IPv6 deployment in Mexico surged from 8.4% to 24.7% based on data by Akamai.  IPv6 connections in Mexico tripled over the past year. As of August 15th,…

Cloud Wars: DoD Secretary Strikes Back
26 Aug, 2019

Cloud Wars: DoD Secretary Strikes Back

The Department of  Defense has postponed awarding the 10$ billion JEDI cloud contract indefinitely until the newly appointed DoD Secretary, Mark Esper, completes a series of audits of the technology.  The Pentagon’s colossal cloud-computing contract,…

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