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Just a week after inaugurating its Guatemalan facility, KIO Networks announced the launched its new Sante Fe campus (KIO/5.6) in Mexico City and another in Queretaro (KIO/Q).

The Guatemalan facility is its second on its Central America tech campus. These two new facilities take its total footprint in Latin America beyond 45,000 sq m.

KIO said KIO/5.6 and KIO/Q have been designed to meet the most stringent standards and specifications for the design and development of data centers, and as such have been built to a Tier IV uptime level.

KIO/5.6 coves more than 6,000 sq m and contains two data centers, both already in operation.

KIO did not provide detailed information about its KIO/Q data center.

It has been designed for ultra-low latency trading services for the financial services community carrying out trades at less than 1ms.

It will also provide space for cloud services and infrastructure services for mission-critical operations.

KIO Networks currently has 14 data centers strategically located throughout Mexico, Panama and Guatemala.