Argentinian data center modular manufacturer Datawaves has delivered an Edge data center to telco Claro in Paraguay.

“This week we exported again a modular fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) data center to Paraguay,” Datawaves said this week on LinkedIn. “We thank Claro Paraguay for the trust they place in us on a daily basis.”

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Datawaves delivers Edge data center to Claro – Datawaves via LinkedIn

The company didn’t share where the module would be placed in Paraguay.

Founded in 1988, Datawaves makes prefabricated turnkey modules and cabinets for telecoms, oil & gas, and energy clients.

The company has previously delivered data center modules to Claro and mining firms Barrick and Newmont in Argentina, as well as Silica Networks and Cablevisión.

On its website, DataWaves said it has delivered more than 25 data center modules to América Móvil-owned Claro across Argentina and Paraguay, including four to the latter country. Module locations include Mar Del Plata, Tigre, CABA, Rosario, Neuquén, Posadas, and Godoy Cruz, among others.

“This solution has air conditioners, hallway confinement, basic and emergency lighting, seven racks, anti-vandalism enclosure, and free cooling designed and manufactured by the Datawaves team,” the company said.