Guatemala: New Data Center for $25 million

KIO Networks has opened a data center dedicated to technology services for mission critical information.

Wednesday, July 31, 2013 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 technology campus is located in El Naranjo and will have an area of ​​2,500 m² equipped with advanced technology.

Maria Asuncion Aramburuzabala, president of the company, said this is the second investment they has opened in Central America, as they already have a center in Panama. "We came here to open up the way ahead, to learn how to do business here," she added.

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