Huawei is planning to add a second Mexico cloud facility, as well as adding new regions and availability zones across Latin America.
BNAmericas reports Huawei executives said a second Mexico site “is in the plans” during an online event celebrating the second anniversary of the company’s first Latin American data center, located in Chile.
The company did not share specifics of where or when the facility will be built.
Huawei currently has three cloud regions across Latin America, and this year the company has opened additional facilities at its Santiago, Chile, and Sao Paulo, Brazil sites.
As well as Mexico, Alfonso Jimenez, Huawei Cloud strategic and marketing director said the company will announce new regions, availability zones, and content-delivery networks (CDNs) throughout Latin America in the coming months.
He said Paraguay and Uruguay were two markets where the company plans to activate CDNs this year, while Bolivia, Barbados, Suriname, Belize, Bahamas, Guyana, Jamaica, and Nicaragua are due in 2022.
Oracle has said it will open a Mexican data center in Querétaro next year. Microsoft is also looking to develop an Azure facility in Querétaro. AWS has two Edge locations in Querétaro.