Zayo Group Holdings Inc., a global communications infrastructure provider, announced its strategic partnership with Fermaca Networks, a provider of long-haul dark fiber infrastructure in Mexico.
The partnership provides modern and diverse connectivity between the United States and Mexico.
Fermaca is set to launch a long-haul dark fiber route in Mexico in 2025, which will be the newest and longest long-haul dark fiber route in Mexico in 20 years. The partnership will leverage this route from Fermaca and Zayo’s redundant route north of the border to provide customers with reliable, secure, and diverse cross-border connectivity.
The route will provide access through Queretaro with a diverse border crossing through El Paso, Texas. Queretaro has emerged as one of the most important data center hubs in Mexico and the broader North American region, with more than $1 billion of investment in the last 10 years.
As more enterprises establish their operations in the city, increasing demand has emerged for advanced network capabilities.
The partnership allows Zayo and Fermaca to offer a range of services to clients in the United States and Mexico to provide the solutions needed to connect their endpoints along the U.S.-Mexico border and to other strategic endpoints on Zayo’s global network.
For more information about Zayo’s network, visit: https://www.zayo.com/network/. For more information about Fermaca Networks, visit: https://fermacanetworks.com/