Convergencialatina
Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Davitel deploys 100 kilometers of fiber optics to provide Internet and ICT to Vaca Muerta

Mario Carranza, president of Davitel, confirmed that they will begin offering services in July, after the completion of the installation in Añelo, in the province of Neuquén. There Vaca Muerta, one of Argentina's largest reserves of unconventional gas and oil is located.

"Our vision is to become the first provider of fiber optic connectivity in Vaca Muerta, with integrated services and solutions over the Internet, from a simple IP transit to IoT applied to society and industry", Mario Carranza, president of the company from Neuquén, Davitel, an SME provider of broadband, deeply rooted in the Patagonian province, said to Convergencialatina.

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