With the investment of $60 million in new data centers in the capital the country's position as a strategic point for the storage of data in the region has been strengthened.
With $35 million as an initial investment and an area of 6,000 square meters, KIO Networks has opened its data center in Panama Pacific, constituting the company's first technology campus in Central America. With the technological complex, the Mexican company is looking to Panamanian and regional companies to access technologies and processes and applications services, business continuity, security and document storage.
KIO Networks has opened a data center dedicated to technology services for mission critical information.
S21.com.gt reports: "This company offers technologies and hosting services and application management, ecosystems for financial transaction and securities markets, and cloud solutions for small, medium and large companies and NGOs, among other things."
The Mexican technology company has invest about $30 million to build its first Technology Campus and Computer Centers in Panama.
A press release states:
“KIO Networks said their aim is to strengthen strategy and expand its outsourcing services into new locations, as well as making a commitment to increase competitiveness and efficiency for its customers.
Grupo ICE, composed of the Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE) and its subsidiaries Radiográfica Costarricense (RACSA) and Compañía Nacional de Fuerza y Luz (CNFL), joined the Chamber of Information and Communication Technologies of Costa Rica (CAMTIC) as a strategic partner since June 2009.
The Chamber of Information and Communication Technologies (CAMTIC for its acronym in Spanish) is a nonprofit private trade organization for IT companies representative in Costa Rica & Central America.
Operates in Costa Rica
Phone: (506) 22832205