GlobeNet named Frost & Sullivan’s 2018 Company of the Year
Award recognizes GlobeNet’s commitment to introducing new technology across Latin America, superior customer support, and overall value.
GlobeNet, the leading, fastest-growing, and most awarded wholesale provider of telecom infrastructure in the Americas, announces today it has been named Frost & Sullivan’s 2018 Company of the Year in the Latin American Carrier of Carrier Services Market. This marks the second year in a row that GlobeNet has been honored with this prestigious award.
GlobeNet’s brilliant future-focused investments (in infrastructure and offerings) and exceptional network reliability were key factors in Frost & Sullivan’s award selection process. In 2017, the company demonstrated its visionary commitment to addressing unmet needs by opening a top-of-the-line ICREA Level IV-certified data center in Barranquilla, Colombia. Also, GlobeNet partnered with NIC.br to implement a crucial new Internet exchange point in Fortaleza, Brazil, which it completed in early 2018.
“It’s rare to find wholesale carrier service providers in Latin America concentrated on the unique concerns and requirements of customers,” says Ignacio Perrone, Research Manager at Frost & Sullivan. “GlobeNet builds its entire strategy on satisfying the booming network demand in the Americas.”
“Since GlobeNet’s inception, we have aggressively expanded our network across the Americas, introducing products and services that anticipate and address current and future regional market demands,” says Eduardo Falzoni, CEO of GlobeNet. “We continue to provide best-in-class support and value to our customers in Latin America and are very proud to once again be recognized by Frost & Sullivan for our hard work and commitment to excellence.”
As the company moves through the second half of 2018, it has again demonstrated a commitment to bringing best-in-class network capabilities to Latin America. In May, GlobeNet announced a forthcoming 2,500 km subsea cable to Buenos Aires, Argentina, which will be the first new route to the region since 2001. According to Mr. Perrone, “Scarce among carrier services providers in Latin America, GlobeNet’s deep experience with large and complex network infrastructure cables translates into highly reliable and low-latency routes reaching critical points.” With a comprehensive portfolio of network, IP, and IaaS solutions, the company is focused on helping its customers lower operational and capital expenditures while enabling scalable expansion.