EMC Expands Communication Services in Brazil

Posted By Gabby DelGatto
Thursday, July 31, 2014
EMC Services (Credit: EMC)

Emerging Markets Communications (EMC) announced expansion in its service, location, inventory and personnel due to increasing demand for connectivity solutions in Brazil. On a global scale, the country has the seventh largest economy, represents the largest Latin American nation and one of the fastest growing. Global companies in the oil and gas, maritime, telecommunications and enterprise verticals are expanding operations in Brazil and require fully managed communications services.

EMC provides fully managed, satellite (VSAT) and terrestrial connectivity solutions to over 3,200 remote customer sites in Brazil, both onshore and offshore. This expansion will support the anticipated surge of new customers over the next year.
 
“Brazil’s dynamic economy continues to attract companies that are in the market for managed connectivity solutions,” said Jesus Barber, EMC Senior Vice President. “Our existing customers in Brazil are upgrading services, by increasing data rates and layering on value added services such as voice, high-definition video, data and applications. This expansion of services, locations, inventory and personnel combined with our long-standing experience in Brazil positions EMC to respond quickly to new and current customer requirements.”
 

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