MEXICO CITY and AUSTIN, Texas – Oracle and Telefonos de México (Telmex) have announced a partnership to offer Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) services throughout Mexico.
Telmex is a leading telecommunications and IT services company in Mexico. Like Oracle, Telmex works to make investments to develop the best technology platform in the country. Telmex’s IT solutions range from connectivity to cloud services, data centers, cyber security, collaboration and business solutions.
Telmex-Triara will be the second planned Oracle Cloud region in Mexico, after the Oracle Cloud Querétaro Region, according to Oracle last month.
The 800,000 square foot Telmex-Triara data center covered their need to host the second planned Oracle Cloud region in Mexico.
The partnership grows the cloud regions throughout Mexico, expanding technology to other Mexican companies.
“One of the main objectives of this Alliance is to help our clients in their digital transformation process, offering a complete and differentiated portfolio with the support of key partners,” says Héctor Slim, CEO, Telefonos de México.
Slim says the partnership will allow them to expand their cloud services, help them “strengthen [their] strategic position”, and “reinforcement [their] value proposition”.
“Digital innovation” in Mexico
“We are pleased to work with one of the largest telecommunications providers in Mexico to bring OCI to organizations of all sizes and support their digital transformation initiatives. Together we will help boost digital innovation in Mexico and advance the Mexican government’s National Digital Strategy, which seeks to increase interoperability, digital identity, connectivity and inclusion, and digital skills,” said Maribel Dos Santos, CEO and senior vice president, Oracle Mexico.
“One of the main objectives of this Alliance is to help our clients in their digital transformation process, offering a complete and differentiated portfolio with the support of key partners. This agreement with Oracle allows us to expand our cloud services, strengthen our strategic position, and strengthen our value proposition with an industry leader,” agrees Héctor Slim, CEO, Telefonos de México.
“We are excited to offer our customers, partners and developers in Mexico access to next-generation cloud services across two planned OCI regions. In partnership with TELMEX-Triara, we will develop new cloud service offerings to help customers successfully transition to the cloud,” said Rodrigo Galvão, senior vice president, Technology, Oracle Latin America.
Recent Oracle deals
Oracle recently extended a cloud agreement with AT&T for five years for the use of OCI, Oracle Fusion Cloud Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), and Oracle Fusion Cloud Customer Experience (CX).
Oracle has also been appointed to the New South Wales (NSW) Government’s Cloud Procurement Arrangements (CPA) Panel and has renewed its five-year Whole of Government (WofG) contract with the state government. This contract extends the cloud beyond Oracle’s US offices.
Recent Oracle partners
- Oracle recently partnered with Subaru to help migrate their workloads to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI).
- Oracle is also partnering with Exelon Corporation, advancing their cloud-first vision with OCI.
- Anaconda, the world’s most popular data science platform provider, collaborates with OCI to improve existing processes.
- Oracle and Telefónica formed a global partnership, enabling Telefónica Tech to offer OCI services to clients and professionals.
The growing cloud market
The global cloud computing market is estimated to grow from $445.3 billion to $947.3 billion from 2021 to 2026, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 16.3%, according to Markets and Markets.
A company’s need to protect and move and store data and grow a business organization leads to growth in the cloud computing market, the researchers say.
Cloud in Mexico
The adoption of cloud computing in Mexico is growing and can be a driver for data storage in the population and business.
Cloud computing has revolutionized data storage and is having a significant impact on the economy and the use of technology.
Revenue in the public cloud market in Mexico is estimated to reach $2.81 billion in 2022 and reach $7.22 billion by 2027, representing a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 20.78%, according to Statistics.