Intelfon invests $75 million in El Salvador

Intelfon, a company which entered the Salvadoran market three years ago and owns the Red brand, is preparing to develop more communication networks.

Thursday, September 4, 2008

The multimillion investment will allow the company to expand its digital coverage to institutions, corporation, tourism businesses and companies.
The firm is dedicated to the development, coverage and expansion of the Integrated Digital Enhanced Network (iDEN) which provides its users the benefits of a trunked radio and a cellular telephone.
Investors are anxious to "become a regional company providing communication solutions."

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KIO Networks Opens Regional Data Center in Panama

March 2012

The information technology firm has opened a data center in Panama Pacifico, with an initial investment of $35 million.

The complex consists of 2 data centers within a 6,000 m2 technology campus, located in the Special Economic Area Panama Pacifico, which will initially employ 100 people.

Huawei is already the No. 1 supplier to ICE

February 2009

Chinese business has accumulated a total of $266 million in contracts with the Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad (ICE).

With very aggressive pricing policies, Huawei has positioned itself in Costa Rica as the leader in the provision of networks and cellular telephone systems. This leadership position enhances its ability to obtain bids currently under way, such as for the 200 radio bases that ICE needs to acquire.

Digicel will have coverage in all of Central America

September 2008

The Digicel Group confirmed yesterday in Panama their decision to invest "multi-million dollar" sums of money in cellular communications in Central America.

In an attempt to shake up the main competition in the region, the investment will be carried out strongly geared towards components such as technology, equipment, and offers to consumers.

Digicel of Honduras signs agreement with Ericsson

July 2008

The cellular telephone company Digicel Group de Honduras has signed a contract with Ericsson to provide GSM/EDGE services.

This will make Ericsson the main supplier for Digicel for its operations in the Caribbean, El Salvador and now in Honduras.
Under the terms of the agreement, Ericsson will be the only supplier of the GSM/EDGE network, which includes core network, access to radio and microwave transmissions.

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