Ramón Muñiz, Director of Wholesale Business Development at Liberty Networks, announced that the operator has $250 million earmarked for use over the next five years to reinforce and expand its terrestrial and submarine networks.
"We will allocate it for the expansion of the submarine network and the terrestrial network. The intention is to expand into other markets with the same level of quality as the current network and extend the submarine network as close as possible to the end customer," he said.
Muñiz emphasized that "the best added value that a high-quality submarine network can have is a robust and very high-quality terrestrial network."
With this strategy in mind, Liberty Networks will target new markets like Venezuela, as well as others in the Central American and Caribbean regions, with connection points in Yucatán, Mexico, and Florida, USA.
Muñiz also noted that a favorable aspect for this development is the network's characteristics: "A significant portion of it has passive segments that do not require amplification. Therefore, we can achieve a lot of capacity with minimal investment."