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We keep growing – New offices in Mexico

albis-elcon announces the opening of new offices in Mexico.

albis-elcon announces the opening of new offices in Mexico in the cities of Hermosillo, Merida and Monterrey and doubles workforce in Mexico.

Services and local support are becoming more important for customers when upgrading operations or deploying fixed and mobile networks. To address those requirements, albis-elcon is now expanding its operation and business in the Mexican market. The direct workforce will be more than doubled with immediate effect. In addition to the existing site in Mexico City, albis-elcon is opening local offices in Monterey, Merida and Hermosillo – primarily for sales, project management and installation services.

Over the last three years the business in Mexico has grown by almost 100% per year. Further growth is expected based on the planned Gigabit optical network rollout and increasingly important 5G Mobile Network infrastructure.

Today, albis-elcon provides products for fixed and mobile applications for copper and Gigabit Fiber Networks.

 

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About albis-elcon

albis-elcon supplies communications service providers with products and systems for fiber and copper data transmission and power feeding to enable broadband network deployment, IP network migration, and Internet TV distribution — all of which are fully-managed and software-controlled. With 15 million installed devices in more than 40 countries, the company is well-positioned to deliver superior-engineered hardware, software, network management, and implementation services.

Data transmission was the beginning, software control is the present, and network behaviour prediction is the future. Data management is the focus. Customer satisfaction is the priority.

albis-elcon — power to complete networks. More at www.albis-elcon.com.

24. March 2020
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