Mexican telecommunications service provider GigNet has announced a deal to install a private high-speed internet and Wi-Fi network for Mera Corporation.
Mera is a private multinational company focused on concessions of food and beverages with a critical mass within non-traditional places such as airports and cruise ports.
Under the deal, GigNet will connect Mera's corporate Cancun offices to the company's 18 airport terminal locations.
“Mera Corporation actively seeks operations in the industry of food and beverages where we can add value and increase income. We are operators, concept developers, franchise partners, strategic allies, and restaurant owners,” said Rafael Aguirre, President of Mera Corporation.
“High-speed data access and efficient communication is a requirement to keep at the forefront of our business. GigNet is a perfect fit to connect our Headquarters operations because they understand what it means for our business to have reliable high-speed Internet,” Rafael added.
GigNet is the Mexican Caribbean brand of GigNet, a U.S.-based international Digital Infrastructure company. Through its Mexico operating subsidiaries, GigNet, S.A. de C.V., and Sanalto Redes Peninsular, S.A.P.I. de C.V., the Company is a fully licensed telecommunications provider in Mexico.
Mark Carney, OBE, President of GigNet Mexico said: “We will be supplying our GigNet enterprise solutions, enabling simultaneous use of cloud and streaming applications that will not only enhance Mera’s already superior customer service but will also improve communication, automation, and the decision-making process for the group’s corporate management team. With this expanded relationship we look forward to partnering in their growth and continued success as Mera continues to lead the global travel industry.”