Queretaro, Mexico’s Data Center Hub

February 27, 2024

In the ever-evolving landscape of emerging markets, the Latin America (LATAM) region possesses enormous growth potential. Mexico has emerged as an important market, being the second largest data center market in the region, behind Brazil.

Mexico’s vast territorial expanse of almost 2 million square kilometers benefits from its strategic geographical location, bordered to the north by the USA—the world’s largest data center market—and to the south by Central and South America.

Connectivity-wise, Mexico boasts a robust network of submarine and terrestrial cables. The existing submarine cables that connect the Asia markets with the west coast of the United States have helped to generate new projects, such as the Edge Network Services Mexico project (a company linked to Meta). This project aims to connect Asia with Baja California Norte, and is expected to be in operation in 2024. There are other ongoing projects such as the new submarine cable in Quintana Roo and a connection between Sinaloa and Baja California Sur, which tells about Mexico’s commitment to expand its connectivity with Central America, the Caribbean, and the United States.

Download the full report below.

Download Full Report.

Other Spotlights